Posted: May 21, 2018
**Guest post written by Scott Aumann, originally featured on The Legit Musician blog.
"If you are trying to license your music then you really need to think about alternative versions. Especially, instrumental versions of your songs."View Full Article
Posted: Mar 21, 2016
**Guest post written by Matt Bacon, originally featured on IndependentMusicPromotions.com.
"I’ve spent a lot of time in the last couple of weeks learning about music licensing for a friend I’m helping on a project...It’s been a pretty interesting experience for a variety of reasons – but mostly because before the beginning of the month I didn’t really know what music licensing was. Since then I have learned quite a bit, spent countless hours pouring over articles and have gotten to explore what it means to engage in this potentially highly lucrative segment of the music industry."View Full Article
Posted: Aug 4, 2014
**Guest post written by Ari Herstand. It originally appeared on Ari's Take.
"There is no one way to get music placed on TV (or in film). In addition to how I've gone about it, I've spoken with many of my musician friends who make livings on song placements about this." So what is their advice?...View Full Article
Posted: May 5, 2014
**Guest post written by Mallory Zumbach, Sr. Director of Creative at Round Hill Music.
"You might be wondering what exactly a company like RHM looks for when they’re signing a songwriter, artist, or band with the goal of having significant synch success with them. First and foremost, of course, we want to work with tremendously talented people. The music has to make us sit up and take notice the first time we hear it—if it does, we know that people in the synch world will take note, too..."View Full Article