Music supervisors talk us through the unforgettable music-led moments in movies and television that stood out for them over the past decade.
Looking back at 2019, there were some great examples of recording artists elevating the performance of a film or TV show.
Music supervisors take us behind the scenes of this year’s biggest Christmas campaigns, from IKEA to John Lewis, Argos and more…
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For this Synchblog Halloween special, we spoke with Rob Lowry about the secrets behind music supervising his acclaimed horror films and television shows.
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We chat to Synchtank clients Spirit Music Group, Silva Screen, peermusic, Fox Music, and Music Sales about their 2018 holiday sync successes.
Music supervisor Tiffany Anders has just launched covers focused licensing company Listen Listen Synch, along with music coordinator Taylor Rowley. In honour of the occasion we asked Tiffany to pick her own favourite cover song syncs.
The dissonance between song and action has the power to make a horror movie scene even more terrifying. Here are some of our favourite examples.
Want to know which musical TV moments music supervisors are enjoying in 2018? Check out part 2 of our feature where we ask them to pick their favourite TV syncs of the year so far.
2018 has been a great year for TV, with music playing a huge part in whether a show really works or not. With that in mind, we asked several music supervisors to pick their favourite TV sync placements of the year so far. Here’s what they came up with:
Our playlist series spotlighting some of the best songs on TV each month is back! Powered by data from Tunefind, we bring you the 40 most popular TV syncs of each month.
Want to find out what music supervisors are listening to on a daily basis? We’ve put together a list of our favourite Spotify playlists curated by some of the best in the business. Check them out now:
The Super Bowl is a momentous occasion for the music and advertising world, with pricing for individual syncs this year varying from $100,000 to upwards of $750,000. Without further ado, we bring you the highlights of the Super Bowl LII sync coverage in one place.