Please join us on June 15, 2024 at 12 PM PT/3 PM ET for a music listening session with Sync Agent Mark Garfield.

Now, here’s some information on our guest:

Mark Garfield is the founder and co director of Pop-Up Music, a global music library/publisher that provides music for Film, TV and Advertising industry based in London.

Pop-Up Music’s has gained clients television giants BSKYB, BBC and Channel 4 in the UK as well as strong connections with London/worldwide advertising agencies including McCann Erickson and Saatchi and Saatchi and also music supervisors.

As a professional musician Mark has toured and recorded as a drummer for twenty years, playing internationally. In 2011 gaining a BMus degree in drums. Music production has been a constant since making tea as a teenager at his fathers studio helping out on sessions by The Troggs, Thin Lizzys Brain Robertson to name a few  – plus later on co-producing with Eddie Kramer (producer Jimmy Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones). As a writer he has written with Cream’s lyricist Pete Brown and has songs and interviews (along side Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Martin Scorsese) in the up-coming 2015 bio documentary about Petes life in poetry and music.

Music highlights include festivals: Glastonbury, Paas Pop Holland, Hua Hin Jazz Festival Thailand, Hermitage Park Festival Moscow, SXSW Austin Texas.

Playing alongside artists and bands including: Pete Brown (Cream), Arthur Brown, Micky Moody/Bernie Marsden (Whitesnake) David Amran, Hayseed Dixie, Grace In Danger, T.Mandrake, Neck.

By signing up for this listening session paid attendies get:

  • A direct connection and conversation with a top Music Supervisor, Music Coordinator or Sync Agent.
  • Access to any current searches or music needs of our guest.
  • 1, 2 or 3 songs you choose to be listened to during the session by our guest to be evaluated and you’ll get detailed feedback on its syncability as well as any creative notes .
  • A link to submit three songs total to our guest for further review and potential future usage.
  • Information on how to connect with our guest after the session.
  • A video archive of the session for your post-session review.

All of these benefits are included for paid attendees. 

For this session, we’re allowing people to attend for free, but only paid attendees will receive the benefits above.  Here’s how it will work:

  1.  Session Auditing – Free.  You can sit in on the live session, but your music will not be heard nor will you be able to submit music or speak to the guest, and you will not get a copy of the video archive of the session.
  2. Paid Attendance – Music Submission – $75 per song. You can submit up to three songs at the cost of $75 per song.  In addition to having the guest listen to the music you’ve submitted and talking directly with the guest, you’ll be able to send in music for the final playlist and get a video archive of the full session.