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If you want to earn a living getting your music in commercials and on TV Ö Or if you want to know how to jump over hurdles and find the one person that almost all musicians overlookÖThen I guarantee that this will be the most important letter youíll read this year.

You absolutely DONíT have to waste your time and talent competing with dime a dozen musicians on services like Taxi. Or hunting down representation that tells you what you want to hear and fills your head with empty promises. You can get your music into the hands of people who make decisions. TODAY!

All you need to know is how to find the most overlooked person out there who desperately needs new music. Right now.

During my time in New York, I had tons of friends in bands waiting to get discovered, schlepping their equipment around in cabs and on the subways, performing in dive bars in front of a dozen people who didnít care about their real talent. Then leaving with $10 in their pocket and a free beer before doing it all over again the following weekend in between their dreaded 9 to 5 day job. Talk about depressing.

There are thousands of commercials and thousands upon thousands of hours of TV segments out thereÖ and their demand for new music is unbelievably high. In fact, the supply of music barely meets the demand.

I personally placed 100′::s of songs for commercials and TV segments over the years. And yet I have absolutely no background in music. This is where musicians get lost in the journey and white noise of their career. They just keep pounding on the same doors every other musician pounding on. Instead of finding people like me, literally waiting for music to come into my office.

I spent over 10 years working on commercials and TV segments and was constantly in need of new music for broadcast. And as long as the music was professional and properly packaged, I never even knew or cared how much experience a musician had. Even if a musician had none. I just needed music as quickly as possible.

It was ridiculously easy for just about anyone to get music into my hands. There was no audition process or secret connection to meet me. I would listen to just about any mp3, CD or music portfolio link that came my way. In fact, it made my job so much easier to have new music pour in on a regular basis. I was completely stressed out trying to find it otherwise.

There was a catch. The music had to be formatted properly and sound professional. Without a few key elements, red flags were raised that the musician didnít know what he was doing. Their music was tossed.

Musicians only needed to know where to find me and what I did for a living. And no. My job WAS NOT any of the following:

* Music Supervisor
* Creative Director
* Agency Producer
* Musicologist
* Music Editor
* Audio Engineer
* Sound Mixer
* Network Producer
* Music Producer

Why sites like Taxi are 100% NECESSARY for most musicians and yet UNNECESSARY if you know the right person WAITING for new music.
Thereís such an easier way to break into the industry than drinking away your sorrows that no one appreciates how hard you work at your music. Or how about buying into this idea you have to wait around for years and pay your dues instead of taking immediate action?

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Or maybe wasting away the best years of your life and career just hoping to get noticed on sites like Taxi. The same site thousands of other musicians are waiting around on to get noticed.

Thereís a much simpler way to package up your music and get it into the right hands. Right now!

You could be making hundreds to thousands of dollars lisencing your music for commercials and TV segments starting TODAY. But only if you take a short cut and talk directly to the people who matter.
The Little Known Music Industry Secret for Landing Your Music in Commercials and in TV Segments.

Before you start thinking that this is a repeat of other ďhow to break into the music business e-reportsĒ out there, let me be clear.
Itís not.

No one else out there is writing about this specific method with even a shred of depth. I could only find two places this technique is even mentioned online. One is in a dated press release. And one is buried in a mention in an online forum. But neither explain how to actually do this. Only that it can be done.

Yes. It still takes a lot of hard work. You still need to be a talented musician. You still have to hustle and put yourself out there. But you can absolutely jump over the hurdles and INSTANTLY get your music into the hands of people making music decisions. And who actually want your music. Now.
So can you use Taxi, crowd sourcing sites, enter contests, network and try to find music supervisors and producers to break in to the music industry? Sure. All of those ways can certainly lead to getting your music heard. But how many other musicians are out there pounding on the same doors and traveling down the EXACT same path? Saturating the market before you even get there?
Or you could start crushing the competition immediately. You can take action on these techniques and beat out musicians who are actually better than you again and again. Today!
You wonít learn how you can join expensive programs to gain representation in this resource. Or how to join a crowd-sourcing effort to get your music out there. Or post a bunch of homemade music videos on YouTube hoping someone will notice. Then sift through comments of haters and spammers trying to get you to sign-up for their service.

But you will discover how this segment of the commercial and TV industry is looking for new music each and every day. I was DESPERATE for musicians to send me their work just to get my job done.

And therein lies the power of How To Get Your Music in Commercials and TV.

This 26 page blueprint (26 pages formatted at 9,746 words) talks about this business like youíve NEVER heard it before. And in the simplest terms. Itís not a lot of fluff. The techniques are clear and to the point and can be used immediately.

And it doesnít cover a million aspects of my profession and industry tidbits that has absolutely nothing to do with you or your music. It also doesnít go into a lot of tedious detail about legalese or jargon.

I jump right in to discuss how to get your music in the right hands. Immediately. Youíll see:
EXACTLY who to send your work to and where to find them. Most musicians completely overlook this route and have no idea how much musical power it actually holds.

How to package and format your work so NO ONE in this business will ever know you havenít been selling your music for years.

Find out if your music is REALLY right for commercials or TV. And how you can make it better.

Common and easy to avoid mistakes that musicians make that get their work tossed out.

What commercials and TV segments are dying to hear in your music.

Why the duration of your music can make or break you. Even if itís just a single second too long.

How to spy on the competition to immediately tell you if youíre on the right track. And how to blow them out of the water.

Why some song titles immediately get noticed for consideration and others are completely ignored.

The nit-picky details of your work that will set you apart from novices.

How to approach industry players the right way to find out exactly what kind of music they want.
Why you NEVER have to wait around for someone to discover you again.

This blueprint is so precise and easy to understand Ė any new or seasoned musician could follow it and get their music into the right hands.

One Necessary Extra I Included
in the New 2012 EditionÖ

After years of placing music in TV commercials and segments, I can tell what music will work for the industry and what will not in about five seconds flat.

You need to know how to make your music the best it can possibly be and serve the demand thatís out there. Thatís why Iíve included exercises on how to make your music better and make sure it fits the industryís needs. But you DONíT need a lot of technical knowledge. Itís easy.

1) These techniques are not about getting rich quick. You will still need to do the work involved. You still need to be a talented musician. You still need a quality, polished, top-notch product.

2) I teach you the actual techniques successful musicians use to send out their work to people in my profession Ė no more and no less. So donít be shocked that I DONíT talk about every aspect of the music business or a laundry list of sites to submit your music to or the legalese of contracts, licensing and rights.

3) I promise that even if youíre a seasoned pro, youíre going to learn something new here. If youíre here to learn, Iím ready to teach!

These techniques arenít about getting famous or rich quickÖ itís all about getting your music heard while maximizing your results for placement in commercials and TV.

I donít have a fancy background in music or a job youíve probably thought much about. But Iíve placed hundreds of songs in commercials and TV segments.

I didnít work with music managers or all established musicians. I placed songs from musicians and never even knew how much experience they had. If they had any at all.

People in this profession need new music constantly and desperately and will listen to just about anything to find the right piece. The demand is unbelievably high.

This is the reality: You can be a complete struggling unknown, use my techniques, and still get your work into the right hands to be heard. Today!

How To Get Your Music In Commercials and TV only costs $49.

Right now a membership with Taxi costs almost 5x as much. And thatís just for 2-years of service where thousands compete for the same handful of gigs.

Making it as a working musician is not an elusive goal. Itís not even a terribly difficult goal with the right talent AND business savvy. It has to be both to make it work. Your product has to meet the demand. And you have to know how to meet it.

But I know all about the time and effort it takes for musicians to get from Point A (idea stage with your music) to Point Z (placing your music). It can be a long and tedious journey.

Now let me ask you a questionÖ How many times have you ended up well past Point Z, still waiting for anyone out there to listen to your music? Let alone take a chance on you?

Isnít THAT even more frustrating?

To spend years composing original music and never realizing the way youíre presenting yourself and the simplest mistakes youíre making are costing you exposure and placement?

Youíre just spinning your wheels while working at the same gig you said you would quit when you figured out how to make money with your music. Talk about a reality check.

Not every song you create will work for commercials or TV segments. Thatís life. There is still a hustle to finding the right project at the right time. And there is still competition out there.
But you can be a a serious contender in that competition and become a big industry player whose talent is recognized.
Not someone on the outskirts being beaten down by every other musician and industry player.

Make the hard work about creating quality music. NOT about getting it heard by people who can actually make the real decisions to license it.

There are ways to significantly skyrocket your odds for success that are not all that difficult to execute. You can compete with musicians more talented and with more connections than you Ė AND WIN.

Carefully choosing what music you make and how you package it is definitely one of those ways.

So before you start thinking that $49 is too much to spend on insider information that your peers blatantly ignore Ė I want you to carefully consider the greater cost of knowing you have what it takes but have no idea how to take the right steps to get there. And decide itís better to just wait around and get discovered with everyone else.

I should probably point out I never went out and ďdiscoveredĒ anyone. All of the music I placed in commercials and TV came directly to me by musicians of all experience levels. And I never used a site like Taxi to find them.

If youíre already finding success with your music and are currently in the game, I wish you nothing but luck. You really donít need this blueprint. There is certainly more than one way to get your music into commercials and TV.

This just happens to be one of the easiest and simplest methods around that most musicians overlook.

But if you want to open the flood gates and identify thousands of people and businesses in my profession who desperately need new music right now Ė Iíll show you what you need to know.

Your purchase comes with a full 100% 60 day risk free, money back guarantee Ė no questions asked.
If you donít feel satisfied with the information after reading How To Get Your Music In Commercials and TV, I will happily refund 100% of the money you paid. Get a copy of How To Get Your Music In Commercials and TV. Read it. Put my knowledge to work. If you donít think itís going to work for you, return it within 60 days and youíll receive a full refund. Get a copy of How To Get Your Music In Commercials and TV. Read it. Put my knowledge to work. If you donít think itís going to work for you, return it within 30 days and youíll receive a full refund.

No hassles, no arguments. Just your money back.
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