Posted by Aaron Davison on Tuesday, January 8, 2013,
When pitching directly to music supervisors keep in mind that depending on what project they're currently working on, their needs are going to be constantly changing. This is why it's not a good idea to just randomly pitch your music to supervisors. Always check first to see what project they're currently working on and what their current music needs are.
Here's a copy of the actual template I use when emailing supervisors for the first time:
Posted by Aaron Davison on Saturday, April 28, 2012,
If you want to license more of your music in more places you have to get more of your music to more people in the business. It sounds obvious. It is. But it's easy to forget to follow through on. Assuming your music is where it needs to be in terms of production and you're making music that there is a demand for, the next step is to connect your music with the right people.
I suggest using an industry directory, or several, as your main tool for building your contact list. Of course I am b...