Music Licensing: Documentary Film Needs Music for Upcoming Feature

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All Genre Accepted
Payout: $400- $600 per track, plus film credit
Songs are needed for a licensing opportunity for a successful production company that makes various lifestyle and entertainment videos. They are in need of songs to be included in an upcoming documentary film.
The documentary is about the competitive culinary industry in New York City. It follows the personal and professional lives of four New York city chefs as they prepare food, get ready for major catering events and fight their way to get to the top of this competitive profession.
The film will feature scenes of them planning, cooking, landing jobs and will also have interviews with the Chefs, portraying the professional and emotional aspects of their careers.
All genres and styles of music will be considered. Instrumental and vocal submissions are OK (male and/or female). Cues and partial songs will also be accepted. These songs can be pre-existing songs or songs composed specifically for the film.
Songs must be of high quality but professional home recordings will work as well.
The payout will range from $400- $600 per track, plus film credit. This is a great opportunity for exposure. There are no publisher splits so you will keep 100% of the payout fee if your music is selected. Artists will also retain all copyrights and ownership of their material.
This opportunity is open to all artists worldwide so Music Clout members from all geographical areas will be considered.
All songs must be in by 12:00 AM (PST) May 9th, 2014.

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