Schirmer Trade Books Publishes iMusic Supervision/i

New York, NY (September 22, 2005)--Schirmer Trade Books has announce the Fall 2005 release of Music Supervision: The Complete Guide To Selecting Music For Movies, TV, Games & New Media, written by Ramsay Adams, David Hnatiuk, and David Weiss.
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New York, NY (September 22, 2005)--Schirmer Trade Books has announce the Fall 2005 release of Music Supervision: The Complete Guide To Selecting Music For Movies, TV, Games & New Media, written by Ramsay Adams, David Hnatiuk, and David Weiss.

Music supervision, or matching music to TV, live events, film, video games, ring tones, and a host of other media, is one of the fastest-growing careers in the music industry. Finding the perfect song is just one of many steps one needs to know as a professional music supervisor. This new book unveils real-world scenarios and legal landmines, explores sound design, profiles key players with insightful interviews, and provides project form templates that will save time for seasoned music supervisors.

A host of industry movers and shakers are profiled in the book, lending even more essential know-how to readers interested in learning the latest insider tips on a career in music supervision. Adam Schlesinger, singer/songwriter for Fountains of Wayne; Jason Bentley, music supervisor for the film The Matrix; Budd Carr, music supervisor for Oliver Stone's films; Chuck Doud, music supervisor for Sony's video games division; Doug Wood, President of Omni Music; and dozens more top names are included.

The authors have launched a web site in conjunction with the book's release, www.musicsupervisioncentral.com. The site is packed with industry resources, audio and video samples, and an active discussion forum.