As 2018 approaches we count down our 10 most popular blog posts of the last year, from trends in trailer music to interviews with music supervisors and other sync professionals. Like our posts? Don’t forget to subscribe to our Synchtank Weekly newsletter!
What role does sync licensing play in keeping new talent afloat in the music industry? Liam Reay, Sync Manager at indie music publisher Wipe Out Music, takes a look at sync from the other (artist’s) side.
We catch up with our client Bucks Music Group‘s award-winning sync team to chat recent signings/placements and the secret to their success as a leading independent music publisher.
We chat to music supervisor and licensing specialist Janesta Boudreau about her work on video games, and launching sync-focused covers catalogue Coversion later this month.
In this last regular edition of Projecting Trends, Bas Grasmayer looks at the convergence of two important trends: chatbots and blockchain.
Bas Grasmayer looks at three campaigns that used gamification to better engage and monetize an artist’s fanbase, and the new technologies enabling other musicians to adopt this approach.
Dean Hurley is a wearer of many hats – in addition to running David Lynch’s Asymmetrical Studios, he is also the director’s longtime musical collaborator and music supervisor. In this two-part feature, he speaks to us about working with Lynch on Twin Peaks: The Return, and “protecting the experience” of the show.
Trailer adusic is big business, whether you’re dealing with a placement of an existing song, a cover/remix, or an original composition. Trailer houses are all too aware of the pressure to sell a film in under 5 minutes, and music can have a huge influence on a trailer’s impact. In this post, our friends at Trailaurality take a look at key trends in the trailer music world, and where industry professionals see things heading next.
We’ve put together the most comprehensive list out there of key music industry events / conferences worldwide. Bookmark it now.