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NARIP Music Supervisor Sessions Return To Berlin Music Week 2013

The Berlin Music Commission invites music business professionals to pitch and sell music to some of the industry’s busiest music supervisors from Hollywood, New York and London as well as to key German music supervisors.

In cooperation with the National Association of Record Industry Professionals (NARIP, USA), BMC has featured synch experts who select, commission and place music in blockbusters (The Amazing Spiderman, The Social Network, True Grit) and television (True Blood, Grey’s Anatomy) and video games (SingStar, Guitar Hero).

As a direct result of NARIP’s last Music Supervisor Sessions in Berlin a track of the German band No-Fi Riots was placed in the movie Chronicle that became the #1 box office hit in January 2012 in the U.S.  It’s no wonder NARIP Music Supervisor Sessions have sold out three times in a row (2011, 2012 and 2013 at SXSW).

This year, NARIP Music Supervisor Sessions feature Michael Hill (Nurse Jackie, Bored To Death) and VH1’s Paul Logan (Basketball Wives, Couples Therapy, Black Ink Crew) who actively seek new music for current projects.

Participants at NARIP Music Supervisor Sessions receive a detailed brief in advance of the supervisor’s current music needs and an opportunity to pitch directly and receive immediate feedback.  This simple, effective process has resulted in 50+ placements for participants at NARIP Sessions (read more at

How To Pitch Music & Place Music – FREE Webinar Aug 22

To better prep for these in-person sessions, participants are invited to join a FREE Webinar on how to prepare and present their pitches beforehand on August 22.  Get more info and register here now – space is limited.

Seating is limited and NARIP Sessions SELL OUT.  If you don’t get a spot to pitch, you are welcome to observe.

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What People Are Saying About NARIP Music Supervisor Sessions

“NARIP Sessions have pushed one of our artists another big step closer to scoring soundtracks for major film studios,” Reza Davoudi, nineteen95 Artist Management

“Only a few weeks after our meeting, our song “Flat Random Noise” was synced for a big TV-campaign,” Konstantin Singer, Manager of Hurricane Dean

Expert Networking Sessions: MORE Music Supervisors

Most Wanted: Music Expert Networking Sessions, will also focus on music supervision and synchronization this year. 50 participants will have the chance to interact with successful music supervisors and film producers from Berlin, Germany and Europe to create direct business relationships with these experts and to gain valuable advice.

Space is limited, one slot per person (or company) please!  Application does not guarantee participation.

Selected participants will be informed following the 25th of August.


Selected participants receive FREE Gold Pro accreditation for the entire Berlin Music Week (excluding Berlin Festival).

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