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A Guide to the Business of Trailer Music with Position Music’s Emily Weber

By: SynchTank
Published on Oct 11, 2018

Want to learn more about the business of trailer music? Check out this recording from a recent webinar we hosted with Emily Weber, Position Music’s VP of Creative Licensing – Trailers | Promos | International.

We take a deep dive into the types of trailers out there, best practices for finding and pitching for trailer sync opportunities, emerging trailer music trends, and much more.

INSIDE SCOOP FROM ANOTHER MUSIC SUPERVISOR

By: SyncSongwriter.com
October 7, 2018

Here is another inside scoop straight from the top.

There is a lot of stuff online talking about how to get your music into TV & film. I’d rather get my advice from the people who actually do it or have had proven success doing it.

Music supervisor, Valerie Biggin, appeared on a recent song pitch for our class in our course “The Art Of The Song Pitch”.

The cool thing about our song pitches is our students actually get to meet the supervisors LIVE online.

Doing this instantly kickstarts those first few critical relationships at the top of the licensing industry. It makes the inaccessible gatekeepers suddenly ACCESSIBLE.

I thought I would share a short clip of this interview with you right here. It will help you keep moving in the right direction to start syncing your songs.

Top 10 Songs of September 24th, 2018 – YANGAROO Music Chart Week 37

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This week’s vid has the top music releases reviewed/accepted by music broadcasters from September 17th to 23rd.

Top Downloads:
1. bülow “Two Punks In Love” (Wax/Universal)
2. Mumford & Sons “Guiding Light” (Glassnote)
3. Dyonoro & Gigi D’Agostino “In My Mind” (Sony)
4. Avril Lavigne “Head Above Water” (BMG/DMD Promo)
5. Meghan Patrick “Walls Come Down” (Warner)
6. Aaron Goodvin “You Are” (Warner)
7. Digital Farm Animals X Shaun Frank X Dragonette “Tokyo Nights” (Sony)
8. Jocelyn Alice “Still Wondering” (RED/Sony)
9. lovelytheband “Broken” (RED/Sony)
10. Norah Jones “A Song With No Name” (Capitol/Universal)
Top Downloads are the most downloaded Singles during the given period.

Most Active Indies:
1. Mumford & Sons “Guiding Light” (Glassnote)
2. Avril Lavigne “Head Above Water” (BMG/DMD Promo)
3. Nikki Yanofsky “Big Mouth” (eOne)
4. Jason Benoit f. Leah Daniels “Slow Hand” (Vicktory/RPMpromo)
5. Rick Knowles “My Seat” (Indie/Catchin’ Waves Promo)
6. Dean Young “Dirty” (Indie)
7. Hudson Taylor “Feel It Again” (Rubyworks)
8. Tyga f. Offset “Taste” (Last Kings/QC-Empire/DMD Promo)
9. Doc Yates “Home To The Country” (Indie/Catchin’ Waves Promo)
10. Sophie Fay “Glitter Heart” (Indie)
Most Active Indies are the most streamed and downloaded Singles during the given period on releases not directly promoted to radio by any of the ‘major’ record companies.

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