There's a right way and a wrong way to go about trying to get your music heard by music supervisors and music libraries. If you approach music supervisors the "right" way, you'll get your music heard and hopefully licensed. If you approach supervisors the "wrong" way, you'll most likely just have your messages ignored and your music won't even be listened to.
In the following video clip, I speak with TV composer Dario Forzato about the right way to approach music supervisors, publishers and music library owners, so that your music will be heard, and people will want to work with you.
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