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.
- 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.
- Every participant will submit a song for evaluation to us for listening during the session by the guest music supervisor.
- 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. Following our first scheduled Music Listening Sessions.
May 2018 Sessions:
Nora is one of the leading music supervisors in Television and is the music supervisor for shows that include Stranger Things, Ray Donovan, The OA, Swipe Right and What We Do in the Shadows among many other significant successful projects – you can read her full credits on IMDB here.
On May 6, 2018, from Noon – 2 PM Pacific/3 PM – 5 PM Eastern, Vice Media‘s Vice President of Music Services and Licensing, Ricki Askin for what promises to be a fantastic Supervisor Listening Session.
Ricki is a seasoned Music Executive with a strong music supervision and licensing background and extensive management experience and versatility in both established and start-up environments, cross-platform and manages a portfolio of leadership roles within the Vice ecosystem most recently include running VICE Records and the creation and expansion of Vice Music Publishing. Visit her imdb for a full list of credits and examples of her work.
Dan is a leading music supervisor and the host of a weekend music program on Santa Monica’s KCRW – one of the leading taste-making stations in the country. Dan’s current and recent projects include the TV Series Imposters, the film (starring Jon Hamm) Beirut, the HBO Special 2 Dope Queens, the Waco miniseries, the film (starring Marisa Tomei) Shotgun, the Kickstarter-launched film Unlovable, the film Fast Color, among many other significant successful projects – you can read his full credits on IMDB here.
On May 20, 2018, from Noon – 2 PM Pacific/3 PM – 5 PM Eastern, Music Director of Twitterand Me Telling the Truth Michael Gross joins us for what promises to be a fantastic Supervisor Listening Session.
Michael is a brand strategist and polymath who works between brands, music, technology and media arts. Based in San Francisco, he is the Music Director at Twitter, and has, in his role heading up Me Knowing the Truth, worked on looming music, messaging and branding into campaigns for iconic brands that include Audi, Infiniti, Visa, CBS, All Saints, The NFL, EA, Pepsi, Gatorade and many others. Visit his website for a full list of credits and examples of his work.
On May 26, 2018, from 1 PM – 3 PM Pacific/4 PM – 6 PM Eastern, Viacom‘s SVP, Head of Music and Licensing Strategy Anita Chinkes Ratner joins us for what promises to be a fantastic Supervisor Listening Session.
In this position Ms. Ratner and her team provide music supervision and licensing for content creators across Viacom, and operates Viacom’s Music Publishing, Music Library and Clip Licensing businesses. Ms. Ratner’s work supports Viacom brands’ music and licensing goals across platforms ranging from digital and soundtracks to television and film.