- July 31, 2013 at 7:10 pm #11304bigg romeGuest
ok, Pawns Stars? lol, They don’t pay nothing. I have problem enough trying to get Fuse to file a cue sheet.July 31, 2013 at 7:11 pm #11305bigg romeGuest
I think it has translated if the majority of music supes are conversing with him on line.
If he was just a poser, they would not give him that much attention.
I think ‘music supes’ are smarter than that.July 31, 2013 at 7:56 pm #11308The DudeGuest
I think music supes listen to and follow him because he’s saying the things they are thinking and doing. They probably all see crappy library deals, bad music, shrinking budgets, etc. I’m not sure which side he’s on sometimes, though. I’ve seen references to shady music supervisor practices, and I can’t tell if he’s engaging in them or not. I do feel he looks down his nose on composers at times, and his demeanor can be whiny and self-aggrandizing. However, he does raise points about assigning worth to one’s own music (i.e. staying away from gratis deals, not accepting low rates, etc…), and not shooting yourself in the foot when you do make contact with the “higher-ups”.
I couldn’t read the WSJ article that MichaelL posted, and I’m sure it was accurate and informative, but the comment seemed dismissive of Twitter’s purpose. It’s a way of communication for the people. Certainly FauxMusicSupe is satire, but that’s the point. It’s subversive, it gets the proletariats talking. The WSJ and Twitter can both be useful modes of information (or at least catalysts to seek more knowledge).August 1, 2013 at 9:11 am #11335bigg romeGuest
The promotion of the “car company” is what i cannot get with. It just isn’t for me. I had so much luck without that. I don’t understand why that is always promoted. I stated before the panel with music sups says they don’t agree with the pay system thing. They don’t work with that company so why always promoting.
That might be the clue to unlocking who the person is? lolAugust 1, 2013 at 10:33 am #11336The DudeGuest
@Bigg Rome: I’m with you. Don’t get the reason for that particular promotion all the time. Asked FMS on Twitter if supes use the “car company”, didn’t really get an answer to that. I’ll still follow the guy. Just have to pick and choose the info you absorb, like anything else.August 1, 2013 at 2:34 pm #11337bigg romeGuest
Here is the video where top music sups laughed when a audience member brought up the “car company” …
Moderator says ” You gonna open up a can of wroms, baby..lol
MUSIC IN FILM & TV THE ERA OF “THAT SONG”
Canadian Music Week
skip to (35:38) of the video link to seeAugust 1, 2013 at 2:39 pm #11338bigg romeGuest
This is the panel for that video above:
Arpix Media Inc.
The Much MTV Group
Executive In Charge of Music Film/TV
The Weinstein Co
VP, Music & Production
Fox Broadcasting Company
Sr. Director, MTV Creative Music Integration
MTV Music & Talent Department
Executive Director, Music
Fusion Music Supervision
I will take thier word for it…August 1, 2013 at 2:57 pm #11340fauxmusicsupeGuest
It’s the FMS in the flesh..
Alot of Supes don’t utilize the cab company. Sorry. On the otherhand, many do. Some Supes on that panel above host semi-private events that cost $350 for them to listen to three tracks of yours. It all depends on what works for you, just keep an open mind and do your research, don’t let anyone (me included) tell you what’s good or badAugust 1, 2013 at 3:00 pm #11341bigg romeGuest
Cool, I appreciate you saying this.. I think I like the private thing. Gonna check into that. On there hand. that SyncFox thins is scary as hellAugust 1, 2013 at 3:23 pm #11342Desire_InspiresParticipant
Since I am not making six figures yet, I will use all tools available to get my music out there. I am my own man.
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