Check out this video of us producing a sync ready track in 1 hour!
While a lot of talented people want to get their music into Film & TV, believe it or not, a lot of them are wasting their time!
What often happens is they invest in a course that teaches them how to get their music into film/tv or they spend a whole lot of time and effort trying to get a library to return their emails or a music supervisor to listen to their ONE song.
Here’s the thing though. It takes so much more than ONE song, or heck, even FIVE songs, to truly break into the exciting world of SYNC. This is a career, and it takes an investment of time as well as a LARGE catalog to break into the biz.
To make the most of the sync opportunities out there, you’ll have a much better chance at that if you produce your own music (and can make necessary edits requested by the client). At bare minimum, you should at least be able to record yourself to a degree that enables you to collaborate...
Alas! The Holidays are upon us!
Have you thought of a gift to give your loved ones yet?
I personally prefer hand-made, custom gifts. They just seem much more thoughtful and memorable, don't you think so?
Have you heard of Custom Songs?
Songfinch is a business where buyers, looking to gift a top-notch custom-written song to a loved one, submit their request on their website alongside their preferred genre, the mood, and occasion for the song.
Not only do they cater to their thoughtful customers, but they also provide hundreds of jobs for songwriters, artists, and producers all over the world!
On our latest podcast and YouTube episode, I sat down with Jake Tuton, Director of Artist Talent at Songfinch.
I asked Jake how Songfinch vet their artists. Is there any golden set of standards that we should know about?
Here are the 3 main key points that Songfinch looks for in an artist:
1. Can you write songs? Are you someone who can write songs based on the information...
We've all been there, we've all had days where the creativity fountain just seems to stop flowing & good ideas avoid us like the plague. But what if this was something you could control?! What if it was possible to keep the fountain on all the time?!
Professional songwriters know that inspiration is the result of action; not the other way around. When you start working on something without knowing where it's heading, ideas start to pop up & say "Hey! Try me!" But If you never look for them, you'll never find them!
One great way to get moving & start hunting down a song is to start with pre-production. Create an outline or a blueprint for yourself, select some sounds, get the vibe going, outline the story you want to tell, & the beats you want to hit. The rest will follow. DO NOT sit around waiting for that magical feeling, go out & get it yourself!
I know for some of you that may be a little easier said than done but if you want to learn how I start making my...