Christopher Tyng, songwriter, composer, producer and the Founder of the Grow Music Project discusses his career as a composer and shares some tips for artists that want to get their music placed in film and television.
Tagged: film and tv placement
Apple revealed it will launch iRadio on September 18, Yahoo! Music talked about how legacy artists are making money, and a music supervisor outlined the opportunities for artists in TV music placement.
The head of EMI/Universal discussed the company’s strongest area of focus, industry analyst Mark Mulligan talked about why Spotify must change its business model, and the chairman of the Production Music Association talked about the changing production music libraries landscape.
Erik Jacobsen of Syncfree Music Library talks about his career writing TV production music and how artists can successfully partner with music libraries.
Chris Woods of TuneSat talks about his experience in music and technology and delivers some advice for musicians that want to get their music placed in film, television and online.
Kevin Weaver, Executive VP of Atlantic Records talks about recent changes in the sync licensing market and how modern music placement works.
Tanvi Patel of Crucial Music talks about how the process of getting music licensed has changed in the past few years,and how artists can get more music placed in film and television.
William Richter, co-founder of music production house Skanda Music, talks about how he got started in the industry, building a large music catalog and how artists can get their music placed in film and television.
An Interview with Sean Beavan- Producer, Mixer and Musician who has worked with Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson, Guns and Roses, Unwritten Law and placed tons of his own work in film and TV.