Music Supervision

Music Supervision is a mixture of the qualities and holistic knowledge running through every stage of the development, pre-production, production, post-production, publication and marketing strategies of an audiovisual project, whether it’s a series, a feature film, a reality show, a video game or a documentary.

Conceptualizing Musically

We are a team of qualified professionals with a wide knowledge of the kind of impact that music has on visual media.
Conceptualizamos musicalmente​

Just another member of the team

We work alongside key decision makers and the creative team to define the vision, the tone and the style that best fits a particular project.

Looking for the holistic approach

Music Supervision involves a combination of creativity and technical, managerial, administrative and Intellectual Property experience.
Buscamos el enfoque holístico

Functions of a Music Supervisor

1. Identify and collaborate with any and all music related talent, which includes composers, songwriters, recording artists, on-camera performers, musicians, orchestrators, arrangers, music producers, engineers…

2. Liaise and negotiate with talent representation, including legal, label, talent management, agency and business management.

3. Liaise and effectively communicate with other related and involved professionals & support staff: directorial, production, editorial, sound (production & post), choreography, studio & network executives, advertising agencies, label executives, distributors and cross-promotional marketing partners.

4. Possess an accurate knowledge of all costs associated with delivery of music elements. Determine and advise on financial needs of project and generate realistic budget with respect to all music related costs. Deliver all required music elements within the established budgetary parameters.

5. Advise on feasibility of schedule based on release, broadcast, campaign or product delivery. Deliver all music elements consistent with specific technical requirements.

6. Manage and/or secure legal rights of new and existing recordings, clearances of Synchronization and Master use licenses of pre-existing music, credits, cue sheets, etc. within scheduling parameters.

7. Determine the viability of creation of and securing exposure or distribution of any music related ancillary product, i.e. soundtrack, single, video, internet downloads, etc. for the purpose of promotion or additional revenue streams.