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A STEP-BY-STEP SYSTEM TO GET YOUR MUSIC ON FILM & TV
This 13-part HD video course lets you discover how you can get your music into Hollywood Blockbusters & Hit TV Shows
- TAKE THE GUESSWORK OUT OF IT -
This action-packed and beautifully produced HD video course takes you by the hand and breaks down the music placement process, step-by-step.
1. THINGS YOU MUST KNOW
Failing to know these essentials will make it difficult to place music.
2. THE MECHANICS
Get practical methods on how to pitch your music, what to include, what to leave out. Step-by-step.
3. GET IT FROM THE SOURCE
Implement these insider tips coming straight from music supervisors.
4. ACTION PLAN
Get a full action plan you can start to implement today, along with templates, references, and checklists.
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?
This course targets people who are serious about getting song placements and are willing to put in the time and effort to make that happen.
Highly interested people will be those that are looking to take their song placements to the next level, but don’t entirely know the process. This includes:
- Music Publishers
- Artists & Bands
- Record Producers
- Songwriters, Composers
- Record Labels
- Music Libraries
- Artist Managers
WHAT ELSE DOES THE COURSE COVER?
There's a lot of details we'll go into, but here's just a fraction of what we'll also cover:
How to identify the music supervisors and music buyers that work on specific projects
How to build a relationship with a music buyer, so they share their music requirements with you
Find out what activities will yield the most song placements.
Steps you need to take to find out about Hollywood films and TV shows that need music
How to best approach music supervisors so they will notice you
Get a behind-the-scenes look with this in-depth walk-through on when to approach a music buyer.
How to get their direct contact information like a mailing address, email or phone number, so you can contact these music buyers
How to avoid the biggest mistakes when reaching out to music supervisors
Learn to never do this one thing or you’ll never get a placement.