7 Podcasts To Take You Behind The Business Of Sync & Music Supervision
April 16, 2019
Emma Griffiths in Advice, Podcasting, music supervision, music supervisor, synchronization licensing

Want to learn all there is to know about sync licensing and music supervision? Plug in your headphones and take a deep dive into these great podcasts:

The Guild of Music Supervisors’ Podcast

The GMS Podcast brings together the best of the business. Expect detailed discussion between music supervisors, music coordinators, licensing executives, composers, music editors and more. Check it out here.


The SynchStories Podcast

SynchStories is a podcast brought to you by the Synchtank team in London and NYC. We talk to music supervisors and other sync licensing professionals about the use of music in TV, film, advertising, video games and other media outputs. Check it out here.


The Pop Disciple Podcast

Pop Disciple is a storytelling platform that explores the creative work of entertainment industry professionals. Check out their podcast for exclusive, in-depth interviews with world-class music supervisors, composers, and business leaders in music and film. Listen here.


Showstopper

From Spotify Studios & Slate Studios, the Showstopper podcast that takes you inside the playlists of your favorite tv shows and films. Each week, Spotify’s Xavier Jernigan spotlights one of TV and film’s greatest hits and explores its unique soundtrack through interviews with the music supervisors, composers and talent who create it. Check it out here


The Music Supercast

The Music SuperCast (MSC) podcast explores the collision of music and image from the perspective of music supervisor, creative director and VP of the Canadian Guild Of Music Supervisors, David Hayman of Supergroup Sonic Branding Co. Listen here.


The SoundWorks Collection

The SoundWorks Collection takes you behind the scenes and straight to the dub stage for a look into audio post-production for feature films, video game sound design, and original soundtrack composition. Check it out here.


Do Me A Solid

Do Me A Solid is a podcast based on Music in Film and TV. Each week they have a different guest discussing the best and worst in recent Film and TV Music placements. Check it out here.


About the author: 
Emma Griffiths is the main contributor to and curator of Synchblog, a blog created by Synchtank to provide insight into the management and monetization of music copyright. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to receive our latest posts, podcast episodes, details of our latest free webinars, and key music industry news. 

 

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