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Tunefind Review

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Tunefind is a comprehensive music discovery platform that helps users find the music used in TV shows, movies, and video games. It offers a wide variety of music, from contemporary hits to classic favourites, and provides detailed information about each song.

This review will assess Tunefind’s features and usability, as well as provide an overall evaluation of the app.

How is this going to help me get my music synced?

For all you Right-Holders and Songwriters out there; we’ve found a great tool:

TuneFind – the largest database of Film and TV music out there. With it, you can quickly browse through its search engine and find that song that was playing in your favourite show or film, like when Walter gets stranded in the desert with Jesse in Breaking Bad.

But this page is not only useful for those moments of frustration when you can’t remember that banger you heard yesterday on That 70’s Show…

TuneFind works with many Music Supervisors to be as accurate as possible. This gives an unbelievable advantage to the users when it comes to research, as you can gain a lot of insight into what a Music Supervisor needs. Let’s say you have heard that the music supervisor for show “X” is looking for music for the next season of said show. It is as easy as looking up the name of the show in the search engine and it will come up with all the songs from the previous seasons ordered by season and episode.

This will give you a way better idea as to what type of song might be appropriate to pitch. Moreover, if you’re investigating a particular music supervisor, this tool will help you get inside his head, as you will find that many supervisors like to add a bit of their personal taste when it comes to choosing music for one of their projects.

But wait, there’s more…

If you are an artist who is really into a particular genre or style, you can also navigate the page to find shows that match the music that you write. As an example, let’s say your speciality is old-school, guitar-driven blues.

How to use Tunefind:

Search for songs by artist, title, or soundtrack: The Tunefind app allows users to search for songs by artist, title, or soundtrack. This makes it easy to find the perfect song for any situation.

Listen to song previews: The Tunefind app allows users to listen to previews of songs before they purchase them. This helps users decide if they want to buy the song or not.

Create and share playlists: The Tunefind app allows users to create and share playlists with their friends. This makes it easy to share music with people you know and love.

Discover new music: The Tunefind app allows users to discover new music based on their current listening habits. This helps users find new music that they may not have otherwise found.

Follow your favourite artists: The Tunefind app allows users to follow their favourite artists. This way, users can stay up-to-date with their favourite artists and be the first to know when new music is released.


We tested Tunefind by browsing the website for soundtracks from movies, TV series, and video games. Our findings were as follows:

‘Black Panther’ Soundtrack

Total Number of Songs: 59 songs

Songs Included in the Soundtrack:

  • “Hangover” by PSY featuring Snoop Dogg
  • “I Am” by Jorja Smith
  • “Legend Has It” by Run the Jewels
  • “Nervous” by White Dave
  • “Pray for Me” by The Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar

You can check out the full soundtrack on Tunefind.

‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Soundtrack

Total Number of Songs: 21 songs

Songs Included in the Soundtrack:

  • “Danger Zone” by Kenny Loggins
  • “Hold My Hand” by Lady Gaga
  • “I Ain’t Worried” by OneRepublic
  • “Let’s Dance” by David Bowie
  • “Won’t Get Fooled Again” by The Who

You can check out the full soundtrack on Tunefind.

‘The Vampire Diaries’ Soundtrack

Total Number of Songs: 1,234 songs

Songs Included in the Soundtrack:

  • “Fables” by The Dodos
  • “In Your Skin” by Lifehouse
  • “Last Summer” by David Gray
  • “Longest Night” by Howie Day
  • “These Boots are Made for Walkin'” by Nancy Sinatra

You can check out the full soundtrack on Tunefind.

Tunefind app download

To download the Tunefind app, you can visit the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. Once you have located the app, you can click the “Install” button to begin the download process. Once the download is complete, you can open the app and begin using it.

Closing thoughts

The Tunefind app is a great way to discover new music. It allows users to search for songs by artist, genre, or mood and then provides a list of songs that match the search criteria. The app also provides information about each song, including the artist, album, and release date. Additionally, users can listen to samples of the songs and add them to their own playlists. The app is free to use and is a great way to discover new music and keep up with the latest releases.


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