Q&A: Getting Music Placed in Video Games
A great way to expose your music to more people is getting it placed on a TV show, commercial, or in a video game. On Music Think Tank, James Aviaz interviews Josh Kessler, VP of Business Development for Downtown Music’s licensing agency dms.FM. Josh has been involved in the placement of artists in various video games and gives insight on the placement process.
“It’s always a good idea to check the credits on past games and make sure your music is relevant to the needs of an upcoming game title.”
You can check out more articles about how music supervisors find music for placement on Hypebot.