Music Supervisors work as a bridge between the world of music and media. They help media producers source and obtain music for their projects, liaise with music publishers and labels, recruit musicians for original composition projects, and oversee all licensing and contracts required to deliver a project successfully.
Music Supervisors are usually employed at the post production stage, but they are sometimes required earlier in the production process, particularly when there are more complex and bespoke elements to the production's music requirements.
- Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
- Information and Communication
- Motion Pictures and Film
- Sound Recording Industries
- Active Listening
- Artistic Sense and Good Taste
- Planning for Projects
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