As 2019 approaches, we count down our 10 most popular blog posts of the last year, from interviews with music industry heavyweights, to analysis of the key issues and trends that shaped the business in 2018.
Trailaurality take us through the key trends and developments in trailer music over the past year, from the increasingly clichéd use of cover songs, to the new sonic devices and techniques designed to captivate and engage audiences.
Synchtank CBO Chris Cass reflects on the most interesting developments across the music and entertainment industries in 2018, & explains how Synchtank is continuously evolving to solve the biggest challenges facing both IP holders and IP users.
We ask some of the brightest minds in music industry analytics and journalism to talk through their predictions for the trends and issues that will shape the music industry in 2019.
This year has seen a lot of developments and a lot of changes for publishers. Here are the three dominant themes that defined 2018 for the business, the repercussions of which will continue to be felt next year and beyond.
- Analysis Interviews
We chat to music supervisor Maggie Phillips about her work on Amazon’s Homecoming, and the many challenges involved in clearing a score of scores.
- Analysis Entertainment Interviews
We chat to Synchtank clients Spirit Music Group, Silva Screen, peermusic, Fox Music, and Music Sales about their 2018 holiday sync successes.
After a humbling 2018, Mark Zuckerburg is reported to be pushing for a realignment of the embattled digital platform’s original intentions, as a social arena to bring people together rather than push them apart. One way of doing this is through music, as Ben Gilbert explains.
The Music Modernization Act has been hailed as a milestone piece of legislation, but what impact will it really have on the music industry? Eamonn Forde investigates…
We run through the latest and greatest in sync licensing and music supervision over the past fortnight, including the latest industry news, advice, and deals.
As Spotify adds Publishing Analytics, Eamonn Forde examines what this might mean for publishers and songwriters moving forward.
- Analysis Interviews
We recently sat down with Rostrum Records Sync Manager Emoni Matthews to discuss the process of building and launching the Drip Library, the go-to source for hip hop production music.