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Indie & Student Filmmakers – Reaching Your Audience with 8 Simple Notes

 

We believe music is one of the most powerful vehicles to deliver your message. These are our contributions to help you reach the masses and captivate your audience.

 

How to get your production music discovered and licensed

Simple steps to make your music stand out and get noticed in the plethora of music licensing platforms. So, you've written, recorded, mixed and mastered your song and now you want people to find it, use it, and ... buy it! "But,” you say, “music libraries are so...

Free Music for 48 Hour Film Project Teams

Scoring your short film has never been easier. Hello there competitive filmmaker! No one knows exactly why you do it, but you are the rarity, the one who seems to enjoy sleepless weekends of utter chaos. And we applaud you for both your courage and resilience. After...

World-class production music composers wanted

New production music library now accepting submissions! ​​Hello there, fellow production music composers. Here we are. You and me. Climbing the biggest mountain we could find- trying to get our music heard by the masses. Our parents wanted us to become doctors and...

New production music library for content creators

We take the pain and confusion out of licensing music The words “music licensing” to a content creator can be tantamount to the word “dentist” in the ears of a kid. Well, my brother and I are changing the game with our new production music library. We believe the...

Custom Music Composers: Bringing Movies to Life

Soundtrack for your movie: the advantage of custom music composers Go ahead, take a moment and Google “Royalty Free Music Library” and you’ll find over 2,000,000 (two Million) results. How much time do you have to sift through the plethora of music libraries out...

Scoring a film – 6 Questions Composers Need to Ask

Preliminary Questions from Composer to Filmmaker As a composer I rejoice with you and the excitement of landing your first scoring gig. Scoring a film is a rush because you’ve crossed that fine line from “wishful-thinking starving-artist” to professional musician....