Sync in Numbers

Numbers

Now you know all about what sync is and why it is important to songwriters, you’re probably wondering how it exactly works when your music gets chosen to be used by a music supervisor. We’re going to take you through what this means for you as a copyright owner. Let’s talk sync in numbers. The synchronisation license … Read more

Shadow and Light Join the Anara Publishing Roster

Shadow and Light Live

Anara Publishing are pleased to announce the latest signing from India to their roster, Shadow and Light. The New Delhi duo, Pavithra Chari and Anindo Bose, have brought their extensive musical background together to create a unique style of music. The deal sees Anara Publishing representing their entire catalogue worldwide. 2016 was a pivotal year … Read more

Anara Publishing On the Road – EGX 2017

EGX

We’re always looking for new events to attend to make new contacts and spread the word of our talented roster. As well as focussing on licensing our catalogue within film and television, we are also building up our network of video games developers. The global video game industry is valued at over $100 billion so … Read more

Music Trends of Australia in Film and TV

Australia

Unlike Europe, Australia has never been as notable for its early cinema era or even its post-modern cinema era. One thing is for sure; Australian artists are becoming the most popular go-to artists for contemporary TV shows in the US and UK. A majority of these artists come from Sydney and Melbourne. 1910 was a … Read more

Pop and Dance Soundtracks in German Cinema

Cinema

Much like France, Germany made wonderful and unique artistic contributions to cinema between the end of WWI and the start of WWII. Germany arguably pre-dated French directors The Lumière Brothers’ 50 second short film display in 1895 with a 15 minute selection of short films in November of the same year. German cinema became famous … Read more

The Ins and Outs of Library Music

Production Music

This is a guest blog from John Meredith, owner of our library music partner Arms Production Music. Ever noticed the music on Masterchef whilst they’re finishing off their mouth-watering posh beans on toast? Or on documentaries about clock building? And who can’t fail to be moved by that ‘reveal’ music when Kevin McCloud shows us … Read more

French Cinema Continues to Lead Soundtracks

France

In 1895, The Lumière Brothers created a short snippet of film called ‘The Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat Station’. This was then shortly followed by Georges Méliès, who created ‘A Trip to the Moon’ (1902) which has been featured in more contemporary French/British films like ‘Hugo’ (2011). The Lumière Brothers are arguably the … Read more

Anara Publishing On the Road – LA Sync Mission 2017

Los Angeles

Following on from the hectic week at Midem, it was a quick turnaround for me to head off to Los Angeles two days later for the annual Sync Mission. Now in its 13th year, the LA Sync Mission is hosted jointly by the BPI, Music Publishers Association and Department for International Trade (DIT) and they … Read more

Joining the UK & European Guild of Music Supervisors

Music Discovery

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 … Read more