Three Tools For Musicians Wanting To Land Sync Placement Deals
Ever wanted to get your music featured on a TV advert, in a movie or a video game? Read this.
SYNC licensing is becoming more and more important for independent musicians and record companies. It’s a key revenue stream and can offer huge exposure for the artists / songs featured. Having a song in an advert, show or game can give your music the boost it needs to take your career to the next level.
Landing SYNC placements is notoriously difficult but the three companies below aim to make it just a little bit easier. For more sync licensing resources check out our free music industry directory.
1. The Sync Report
The Sync Report’s mission is to help the world’s music creators and music managers get more SYNC placements. They do by empowering them with the necessary contacts and information to do so.
The Sync Report have created a large, categorised directory of music supervisors and agencies who may be interested in using your music. They also supply essential tips and tutorials helping you know how to approach the music supervisors and secure placements for your music.
2. Tracks & Fields
Tracks & Fields is a music licensing platform for advertising, film, TV and interactive. Advertisers post briefs for the music they are looking for and members of the Tracks&Fields community pitch their music for the chance to be selected.
If the music you submit is chosen T&F will assist you through the process of edits (if required), legal paperwork and collecting payment for your work.
3. Music Gateway
Music Gateway is a online marketplace connecting the creative world and music professionals. Members are invited to pitch on briefs (including many sync licensing opportunities).
The team behind Music gateway have also recently launched a full service sync licensing agency where they take the hard work out of the pitching and actively source placements for your music.