TuneCore Helps Songwriters Get Their Music in Film, TV & More
TuneCore’s mission is to offer songwriters and music publishers a simple, more viable solution for managing the rights to their compositions. In this blog post by Peter Rogers, part of the Creative team at TuneCore, he outlines tips to improve their chances of getting noticed.
What are Music Supervisors looking for in a song?
Music Supervisors are looking for all kinds of things—that’s part of what makes this industry exciting! We have conversations about licensing everything from singer-songwriter music to Middle Eastern hip-hop to classical to heavy metal.
What 3 tips would you give a songwriter looking to get a Music Supervisor’s attention?
1. Maintain a social media presence so Music Supervisors can see how actively engaged your fan base is. High fan engagement could tip the scales in favor of one song being selected over another.
2. Create a cappella and instrumental versions of your songs before the session is wrapped. You can also have our partners at Universal Mastering Studios create these versions during the mastering process.
3. Create clean or alternate versions of songs that include profanity so you’re not limiting yourself to R-rated projects only.
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