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Bands, Here Are 3 Reasons Sync Reps Are Ignoring Your Tracks

3 Reasons Sync Reps Are Ignoring Your Tracks If you’ve been trying to get Master/Sync licenses (Syncs) for your music to be used in advertising, games, movies, etc., you’ve probably been dealing with a Sync Rep. If you’re unfamiliar with how this process works, basically a rep is the person who is tasked with finding, […]Read More »

Meet MixRadio: Your Indie-Friendly Global Music Streamer

[Editor’s note – you can now stream a special Performer playlist on MixRadio, featuring great indie tracks from the past 5 years. Download the app and head to “Mixes” to check it out now] While certainly not a new music streamer, MixRadio might be new to you, and is making a big splash this year. […]Read More »

Lip Sync Music Shares the Ins & Outs of Sync Licensing

The Filthy Love Affair Between Art & Commerce Lauren Harman, CEO of Lip Sync Music, Shares the Ins & Outs of Sync Licensing WHAT WE DO Lip Sync represents music for film/TV/advertisement/video games/new media, acting as an agent on behalf of our artists to tastemakers and “music supervisors.” It is our job to not only […]Read More »

How to Better Organize Your Song Catalogs & Sync Pitches

How to Better Organize Your Song Catalogs & Sync Pitches Give Your Ideas a Home on Songspace  Let’s be honest, most of us artists and songwriters are not very good with keeping our creative lives in order. That’s not meant to be offensive, I personally know the struggle is real. In this DIY world, it’s […]Read More »

Cover Your Ass (and Cover Songs) with Loudr

An Interview with Chris Crawford, CEO/Founder of Loudr on New Ways to License Indie Music It’s long been widely known that recording cover songs is a great way to get a new band or artist known. Even after multi-platinum success, Whitney Houston will forever be remembered for “I Will Always Love You,” which was a […]Read More »

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