Joining the UK & European Guild of Music Supervisors

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Building on the success of the U.S Guild of Music Supervisors, promoting the craft of music supervision and it’s importance to media industries such as film, television, games and advertising, the UK & European chapter of the Guild of Music Supervisors has now launched.

It brings together a board of music supervisors from the likes of Sony Interactive Entertainment, Air-Edel, Leland Music and Felt Music amongst many other high profile music supervisors. The UK & European Guild has established itself as a key resource for all professionals working with music supervisors.

Freelance music supervisor Iain Cooke (Amy, Oasis: Supersonic, The Night Manager), president of the Guild said “We are delighted to be launching the UK & European Guild of Music Supervisors. We feel there is a genuine need for a Guild to provide a united voice and sense of community amongst music supervisors, both for people working in the industry, and also as a place for future generations to feel inspired, connect with and develop professional relationships with supervisors at the top of their game who can help mentor them on their career path. The impact of music is universal and our ambition is for the Guild to be a place to share ideas, best practice and topical issues which concern the industry at large and a resource for all throughout the creative industries.”

Anara Publishing becomes a member of the Guild of Music Supervisors

At Anara Publishing, we are thrilled to announce that we are rightsholder members of the UK & European Guild of Music Supervisors, showing our support to the vital role music supervisors play in media projects. This is not only on the creative side, but also involves ascertaining all of the legal rights in a piece of music as well as managing budgets and the financial aspects of fitting music to screen.

We are looking forward to growing our network of UK based music supervisors and being involved more closely with The Guild as they develop.