Get your music heard and evaluated by Top Music Supervisors

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.

In these sessions you get 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.

Below is a list of scheduled sessions.


UPCOMING JULY 2018 SESSIONS:


NEW DATE: July 25: Grey Group/Townhouse WPP EVP/Director of Music Joshua Rabinowitz


Josh Rabinowitz’s mission is to produce a hit record through an ad.

Over the past decade and a half, he has written and/or produced over 5,000 tracks for brands globally.

These include some of the most high profile initiatives to integrate compelling music with advertising, including Rihanna’s breakthrough music/ad campaign with Cover Girl utilizing her hit song “Umbrella”, Macy Gray’s version of “Walk This Way” and Los Lonely Boys’ version of “I Walk the Line,” for the SONY Walkman, and, Alana Davis’ cover of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young’s “Carry On” that landed her a deal with Columbia.

He has also worked on campaigns for Dr. Pepper featuring artists such as Black Eyed Peas, Run DMC (their last known recording together), LL Cool J, Smokey Robinson, LeAnne Rimes, Reba, Mark McGrath, Celia Cruz, B2K, Anastacia, and Latin heartthrob, Thalia. He has also worked on music for such films as “Going All the Way”, “Waking the Dead”, “Grand Theft Parsons” and “Arlington Road”

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July 29: Julian Wettlin, Music Producer, Doner Agency

Julian is a music producer at the advertising agency Doner (JBL, Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, ADT, JCPenny, COX, Bush’s, Minute Maid and the Detroit Zoo), specializing in Music Supervision. His background and knowledge in both music and photography allow him creative opportunities to put music to picture every day – finding optimal music for clients and creative teams to use in television, radio, social, web and event-based campaigns. He works each day building relationships with record labels, publishers, music libraries, and composers, as well as staying at the forefront of current and past music and advertising trends.

Along with a love to discover and create music, Julian is also an active and devoted member of Doner’s Diversity and Inclusion Team, where he takes part in developing concepts and projects designed to bring awareness to issues of diversity and equality throughout the company, and anywhere else they can be heard. He strives to keep a curious mind and to further his career in other areas, such as training in strategy and social realms, to gain insights and bring another (musically-minded) point of view to the table during creative brainstorming.

 


AUGUST 2018 SESSIONS:


August 12: Wild Card Director of Music Marcy Bulkeley


Marcy Bulkeley is the Music Director at Wild Card AV (www.wildcardav.com).

Previously at Big Picture Entertainment and BLT. She is responsible for the music in the advertising campaigns for films such as The Martian, Alice Through the Looking Glass, Jurassic World, Black Mass, American Sniper, Peanuts, Heart of the Sea, Dawn of the Apes, and Inception, as well as many others.

In 2014 the Guild of Music Supervisors nominated Marcy in the category of Best Music Supervisor in Trailers for Noah, In 2013 for Looper, and in 2011 BLT & Associates was awarded a Key Art Award for Best Original Music in Trailers for the Inception campaign.

Marcy has been in the music supervision world for over fifteen years, consistently building and nurturing relationships with record labels, publishers, composers, agents, and music production companies worldwide. Marcy graduated from Emerson College with a degree in Audio / Radio Production and directed her studies towards film and television music.

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