Is your music getting to decision-makers – people who can say YES and write a check?
The Synch Agents* featured at this special NARIP event in Atlanta are among the top sales and marketing executives in the region who actively place music owned by songwriters, composers and independent music publishers.
Many music buyers – directors, producers and music supervisors – work with these Synch Agents who are among their go-to music providers. These Agents have placed countless songs in blockbuster films, hit television shows, trailers, global promotion and advertising campaigns, and video games.
- Meet seasoned pros who can say “YES” and write you a check
- Direct access + firsthand info = better results FOR YOU
- Access multiple potential buyers and placements via ONE synch agent
- Get considered for professional representation
- Trends in synch licensing and agent deals
- Attributes that make music more synch-friendly
- Exclusive, non-exclusive, single-song deals
- Budgets and fee ranges
- Copyright ownership, rights retention, song re-titling
- Fees between synch agents and their clients
- Which synch agents seek a transfer of copyright(s) for their services, and under what circumstances
At hundreds of NARIP Pitch Sessions, we asked every guest music supervisor how to better market music to them. Their one most consistent piece of advice? Get representation!
At this special NARIP event, you get to know the synch agents and they to get to know you.
Most important, attendees meet these key players, paving the way for possible representation and ongoing opportunities, and giving them an edge in a competitive market.
* Synch Agent: A synchronization or “synch” agent represents music copyrights – either the composition, the sound recordings, or both. They pitch music to buyers and their representatives, including to music supervisors. Synch agents are typically compensated on a commission basis and do not own or control the copyrights they represent. While synch agents usually focus on entertainment and media exploitations, traditional songplugger services also include placement of represented songs with recording artists.
Get in front of these two top Atlanta synch agents whose placements can move the needle on musical talent – it’s commonly acknowledged that a well-placed synch can be more valuable than an album track. Some even call synch the “new radio.” These agents search relentlessly for new music to sign, represent and pitch. Learn what they seek and how to get it to them.
BONUS #1: Music Placements Do’s & Don’ts checklists will be provided.
NARIP programs make a deep dive into important trends and help put NARIP members in front of music buyers, executives and taste makers who can make a meaningful difference in a music career. NARIP programs also enable audience questions and direct feedback, making them even more valuable. Most important, attendees meet key players, paving the way for deals, representation, collaboration and ongoing opportunities, and giving them an edge in a competitive music market.
Be prepared to take plenty of notes!