Sophie set up her company Tin Drum Music in October 2011 following a previous 8 years experience in music supervision. Starting out as Creative Director of Huge Music, WCRS’s in house music consultancy, Sophie supervised countless high profile advertising campaigns, feature films and television series. Sophie then joined Chrysalis Music as Creative Director of synchronisation and subsequently joined Spirit Music Group as Senior Director of Creative Services.
Tin Drum have supervised a number of award winning advertising campaigns including E.ON + Gorillaz; A Solar Collaboration and several beautifully choreographed commercial spots for Agent Provocateur. Feature films include Backstreet Boys: Show Em What You’re Made of (Stephen Kijak), Stone Roses: Made Of Stone (Shane Meadows) and Get Duked! (Ninian Doff).
Most recently Tin Drum composers created a beautiful arrangement of Queen’s ‘The Show Must Go On’ for the coveted Amazon Christmas campaign directed by Melina Matsoukas.
Our listening sessions are a great way to meet, make a connection with, share your music and build your network by connecting with an sync industry decision maker.
When you join a Sync Listening Session, you get the following benefits:
- Make a personal connection with a music supervisor, coordinator or sync agent where you can meet and talk directly.
- Submit a total of three songs for our guest to review and keep for their projects.
- Have two songs listened to and get live feedback during the session.
- Get live briefs to submit music if the guest has an active music search.
- Get a video archive of the session for future review.
- Get your songs shared with the guest in a final playlist for future review and usage in their projects.
- Get your music shared to everyone in Sync Summit’s network and our social media.
The cost for taking part in this Listening Session is $100 and includes the session, listing in the Session playlist and access to all session video archives.
Use the button below to register – after registration you’ll get an email with the details on how to access the session.