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What Music Supervisors Expect From You

Posted by Aaron Davison on Tuesday, January 29, 2013, In : January 2013 
Today's post is part three in a three part series about how to pitch your music directly to music supervisors from music supervisor Joseph Miller.  Joseph and I recently created a course together all about how to pitch music directly to music supervisors based on Joseph's experience of working as both a music supervisor and music coordinator for CBS sports.  I'll have more information about our course tomorrow.

In Joseph's final guest post he covers what music supervisors expect from you, the ...
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Pitching Music Directly To Supervisors

Posted by Aaron Davison on Tuesday, January 8, 2013, In : January 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:

"Hi______

My name is Aaron Davison.  I represent s...

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