British Indie Film Music Trailer – Sync placement secured for Destination Drewsbury
It was such fantastic news and a huge congratulations to Donagh O’Leary at independent record label Bomber Music. He successfully pitched and secured a placement in the Indie film music trailer for Destination Drewbury in 2018.
Donagh at Bomber Music had been an active member of the Мusic Gateway community for sometime.
Bomber Music is a music production company based in the UK. They specialize in creating original music, soundtracks and sound design for film, television, advertising, video games and other multimedia projects. Founded in 1997 by producer/composer Andrew Lockington, Bomber Music has worked on projects for some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry, including Disney, Universal, Fox, Warner Bros., Paramount and Sony.
“It’s the best part of the job, seeing one of our rights holder secure a sync licensing placement for an indie film” states Jack Skates, Head of Sync at Мusic Gateway.
What is A Sync Placement?
A sync placement refers to the use of music in synchronization with visual media, such as film, television, commercials, video games, and other multimedia projects. It involves the licensing of music for use in a specific scene or moment in the visual media, with the aim of enhancing the emotional impact or narrative of the visual content.
Sync placements are an essential part of the entertainment industry, as they help to create a more immersive and engaging experience for the audience. The right music can help to set the tone, create tension, evoke emotions, and even become an integral part of the story itself.
The process of securing a sync placement involves several steps. First, the music supervisor or producer responsible for selecting the music will identify the appropriate track or composer for the project. They will then negotiate with the rights holders of the music to obtain the necessary licenses and permissions for its use.
The licensing process typically involves negotiating a fee for the use of the music, as well as determining the specific terms of the license, such as the duration of the use, the territory in which it can be used, and the media in which it can be used.
Once the license is secured, the music is then synced to the visual media in the editing process. This involves precisely timing the music to specific moments in the visual content to create the desired effect.
Sync placements can be a lucrative source of income for musicians, as they can generate significant royalties and exposure for their work. They can also be an effective way for artists to reach new audiences and gain recognition for their music.
Music Gateway – Opportunities for Indie Film Music
Would you like to get in touch with Music Gateway to see how we can help you? Then please use this link to get in touch with us to discuss any opportunities such as Sync Licensing, Music Licensing, Music Clearance, Sync Libraries or Music Libraries, etc., you may want to take further.
You can book a call with Sam – Head of Sync Licensing – as a potential lead. We are always happy to talk to musicians like you. Please do get in touch.