Sync Music Listening Sessions are a great new way for you to get your music heard and get essential feedback from top music supervisors in TV, film, video games, ads, trailers, brands, apps and the internet.  Here’s how it works.

  1.  Every week, we hold a two-hour online listening session with a top music supervisor that’s strictly limited to twenty registrants.We do this to make sure all participants get heard, get to interact and get their music evaluated.
  2. Every participant will submit a song for evaluation to us for listening during the session by the guest music supervisor.
  3. Every participant will get a video archive of the session, and all Listening Session playlists will be posted on the SyncSummit website and promoted to our 40,000 person mailing list.

Every Sync Music Listening Session get your music directly into the ears of a music supervisor who’ll get you valuable feedback – and you’ll make a valuable new connection.

And though we cannot guarantee your music will be used in a project, getting the advice from and connection to key decision makers will give you the invaluable feedback you can use to fine-tune your approach to music supervisors and their projects.

The Sync Music Listening Sessions are a premium product with a strictly limited audience and in order to support our costs and the time, effort and energy of our guests, they are priced at $150 per session.  This includes participation in the session, evaluation of your music, inclusion in the session playlist and promotion after the event.

August 2018 Sessions:

August 19: Disney Studios/The Hive Music Supervisor Brian Vickers

On August 19, 2018, from Noon – 2 PM Pacific/3 PM – 5 PM Eastern, with Brian Vickers, Music Supervisor for Disney Studios in-house theatrical marketing team “The Hive” for what promises to be a fantastic Supervisor Listening Session.

Brian is the point person for multiple Disney Studios trailers and campaigns like “Avengers: Infinity War,” “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” “Black Panther,” “The Incredibles 2” and a number of other blockbusters.

Brian also works as a television music supervisor, having worked on projects that include “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” “The bad Girls Club,” and “The Real World.”

Brian’s extensive career experience ranges from music performance & audio engineering to music supervision & licensing. He has held positions with companies throughout the music industry that include The Recording Academy (NARAS), Bunim / Murray Productions, BMG Production Music, Hidden Beach Recordings, and one of Hollywood’s top trailer houses, Trailer Park, Inc.

In 2011, Brian appeared as a performer with the group Afro-Blue on season 3 of the NBC show “The Sing-Off” – finishing 4th place behind the GRAMMY Award-winning group, Pentatonix. He has also performed alongside such musical legends as Smokie Robinson and Bobby McFerrin.

Brian Vickers is a native of Birmingham, Alabama and a proud alumnus of both Howard University and Full Sail University. With an undeniable passion for music, Brian continues to work with aspiring artists and musicians to bring out the very best in their music.

The Sync Music Listening Sessions connect and your music to a top music supervisor who will listen to your music, give you invaluable feedback and connect with you on a personal level.

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August 26: Fox Sports Music Manager Carlie Flores

Hailing from Minnesota via NYC, Carlie Flores is an LA-based music supervisor. Currently, she is the Music Manager at Fox Sports and also works as an independent supervisor under her company Chick Chick Music. 
“I spent my early years alone in my bedroom listening to Tori Amos, writing songs and watching alien movies. Jodie Foster in Contact is my spirit animal,” says Flores, who is a classically trained vocalist and pianist. Graduating from McNally Smith College of Music, her first introduction to the industry was as a songwriter and composer.
After accepting a job at Kobalt Music Publishing in 2013 in NYC, her passion for the business side of the industry bloomed. Since then, she has worked as a music supervisor and producer in an array of mediums, from film, trailers, TV, promos, and ads with companies like 20th Century Fox, Sony Pictures, Beats by Dre, AV Squad, and the non-profit Sick Kids Hospital, supporting creatives and teams alike.

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