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Music Supervision: The Complete Guide to Selecting Music for Movies, TV, Games, and New Media

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Music supervision, or matching music to all the different mediums from films to ring tones, is one of the fastest-growing careers in the music industry, but finding the winning song for a national ad campaign or compiling a platinum movie soundtrack takes more than just good taste. Music supervision today requires serious multi-tasking and the ability to navigate licensing ...more
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Published November 30th 2010 by Music Sales Corporation
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