How to get invited to Agency Studio productions – Check your compensation & availability settings!
To get invited to productions on Audiodraft Agency Studios, it is important to have your compensation and availability settings up to date. That way you can be targeted more easily from our database whenever clients launch new projects.
What’s the difference between the Open Studio and Agency Studio platforms?
There are two ways our customers can host productions: either using an Open Studio platform or an Agency Studio platform. Open Studio productions are open for everyone to apply to. Agency Studio productions are private and require invitation.
How to get invited to Agency Studio productions?
As soon as a new production is created on an Agency Studio platform, Audiodraft will start scouting for just the right talent. This happens with an invitation tool, which connects the right kind of composers and sound designers with projects matching the Agency Studio’s criteria. To be able to get invitations to the private platforms, Audiodraft Junior Level status is as a general rule required.
You can raise your status by taking part in the Audiodraft Challenges. Every time you win, your status rises and eventually you’ll be all set to be invited to Agency Studio productions. By constantly participating in different open challenges you’ll also widen your knowledge of different genres – and get even more job opportunities.
How do my availability and compensation setting affect my chances of being invited to professional productions?
In addition to raising your status by taking part in Audiodraft Challenges, it is important to have your compensation and availability settings up to date. Otherwise the chances of discovering your talent will be notably lower – you’ll have less chances of being invited to private productions even if your Audiodraft Status is approaching Junior Level.
Check your compensation and availability settings right away and keep up the good work!
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