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QUIRKY, INQUISITIVE INSTRUMENTAL CUES are U-R-G-E-N-T-L-Y needed for several, $300, NON-Exclusive, Direct-to-Music Supervisor placements in a NEW Game Show. They’re currently on the hunt for Instrumental Cues in ALL Tempos that are stylistically in the general ballpark of the references below:

“Who Wants to Be A Millionaire”

“Deal or No Deal” (1:05 – 2:15)

“Family Feud” (:50 – :57)
America’s Funniest Home Videos (13:40 – 13:46)

Please send them Instrumental Cues that can add a fun, inquisitive, and silly vibe to a scene. Instrumentation that could work well for this pitch includes (but not limited to): Pizzicato Strings, Glockenspiel, Marimba, Xylophone, Tympani, Oboe, Clarinet, Whistles, etc. But don’t limit yourself… those are just some ideas! Your Cue should have a compelling melodic theme, with Instrumentation layered in and out as it progresses to create dynamics and forward momentum. You’d be smart to avoid submitting anything that’s frenetic or overly busy for this pitch, as that could distract from dialogue.

Your submissions should be about 90 seconds long with non-faded, buttoned endings. Do NOT copy the referenced shows in any way, shape, or form. Use them only as a general guide for tempo, tonetexture and overall vibe. Broadcast Quality is needed (great sounding home recordings are fine)

The estimated license fee for syncs in this show is (up to) $300, depending on the ultimate placements. This is a Non-Exclusive, Direct-to-Music Supervisor pitch. You’ll get 100% of the sync fee, and 100% of any applicable performance royalties. Plus, you’ll also keep 100% of your Publishing and Master ownership. You need to own or control your Master and Copyright to pitch for this opportunity. Please submit 1-3 Instrumental Cues online or per CD. Submissions must be received no later than 11:59 PM (PDT), on Sunday, May 7th, 2017.


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