Music Supervisors

Thinking In Sync: Interview with a top music supervisor

You already have great songs - now you just want to get them licensed and step out of the shadows of anonymity for good.

No more confusion or mystery of what music supervisors are actually looking for. Just knowing how to connect to the right people in licensing is all you need.

Watch this interview I did with top music supervisor Amanda Krieg Thomas about her new book, “Thinking In Sync: A Primer on the Mind of a Music Supervisor“, to discover some of the most important (and often forgotten) steps of having a wildly successful career in music licensing.

You’ll hear the most mind blowing inside information about what works in sync. If you pick up Amanda’s book (which I highly recommend because I did and loved it), you will learn the fundamentals of how to actually get through to the gatekeepers.

BTW - Amanda’s credits include The Americans, 9-1-1, American Horror Story, Life In Pieces, Proven Innocent, American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace, and many more.

Someone You Should Know In Music Licensing

I’m heading to this year's "Guild Of Music Supervisors Awards". Should be a blast and fingers crossed that some of the supervisors who are on our panel win!

If you don’t know what the Guild Of Music Supervisors is, I just did this awesome interview with Hunter George, the Executive Manager, about what they're all about.

They play a vital role in the liaison between music supervisors, directors, movie producers, composers, and musicians.