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Last Updated May 2016
As the artist Manafest I've sold over 300,000 albums worldwide over 1,000,000 singles and toured over 21 different countries.
My music has been used in many TV Shows, Movies & Video Games like Nascar, NFL, One Tree Hill, Hard Target, Grimm, plus countless others.
Getting your music placed in a TV/Film or Video Game is called a "Synch" and music supervisors are the ones that control this world.
They are hired by the production company to find great music that will fit the scene of a movie, TV Show, Commercial or video game.
If you are a songwriter and own the masters to your songs then there is a huge opportunity for you to make money with your music.
This course will teach you exactly how this industry works and how you can get your music placed on TV, Movies plus videos games.
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|Section 1: How To Get Your in TV, Film, Video Games & Commercials|
Big overview of how to get your songs in TV/Film and how to connect with music supervisors which are the new record labels.
Every music supervisor is looking for something different depending on what the film needs or more specifically what the scene needs. It isn't always a radio hit but what works best with the film.
There are two ways you get paid when your song gets synched to a film or TV placement.
The Master side and the publishing side. This lecture breaks it down so you can understand better.
You only get one chance on a great first impression so you want to make sure you know what to do when you meet a music supervisor.
|Section 2: TV-Film Music Houses|
http://www.musicsupervisor.com is a great place to get started for getting your music in TV/Film
This lecture shows you all the info you will need to upload your song to Music Supervisor.com including: Genre, Tempo, Sounds like, storyline, lyrics etc. Take the time and upload all your songs and add all the meta data so that music supervisors will find your song when doing a search.
I use http://www.tunecore.com for my music distribution and getting my songs synched.
http://www.cdbaby.com is another great company I highly recommend artists work with for TV/Film plus they do micro synchs with Rumble Fish which is worth checking out.
http://www.synchsummit.com is definitely worth the investment of both time and money if you have great sounding songs ready to go. This is where you have the opportunity to meet music supervisors face to face.
I'm sure these guy's want to help artists but the deals that came across my email when one of my songs was excepted it was shady. I don't recommend them.
Chris Greenwood: Musician, Best Selling Author & Entrepreneur
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Across the last decade and some change, Manafest has steadily cemented his status as one of the world's most diverse, envelope-pushing and all around uplifting artists. His seamless, lightening-like blur between the spectrums of rap, hip-hop, rock and pop hasn't just led to 300,000-plus album sales and five coveted Juno Award nominations (essentially the Grammy equivalent in his home country of Canada), but also more than 1,000 shows logged over four continents.