MusicBrief adds global talent as the demand for online music composition continues to grow

LindyB&W.jpgJodieB&W.jpgOnline bespoke music composition platform MusicBrief, has today announced two very important hires as it expands in to the UK and USA markets.

Joining the team of executive producers are former Song Zu and ex-agency senior producer Lindy Lewis-Moore (left) and ex-Sound Reservoir EP and general manager Jodie Vignes (right).
     
Lewis-Moore comes in as EP for North America, tasked with managing relationships with agencies, brands and screen composers in the US and Canada.
Vignes will take on the same role in Australia and New Zealand, allowing founder Matt Hayward to focus on the UK market.

Says Lewis-Moore: "We live in an environment today where producing content quickly is the norm. Of course, it's still imperative to produce high quality creative to communicate to our audience and customers. MusicBrief ticks all of those boxes with a stable of experienced composers around the globe, and understands the needs of agencies and organizations. I'm so excited to be working with Matt again, and to be working with Jodie. Bringing MusicBrief to life in the States is a wonderful opportunity and I'm really looking forward to seeing where we can take it."

Says Vignes: "MusicBrief has such an exciting business model that really suits the market and producers needs. The ability to upload a brief at any time and receive demos from world class composers within 48 hours is a game a changer. I'm really excited to be part of the team and look forward to producing for Australia and New Zealand!"

Still in its first full year of trading, MusicBrief has already made inroads with its new, disruptive online model. The platform allows agencies and brands to procure bespoke music for their brand content and TVCs at a fraction of the cost of the traditional music houses, with the added bonus of super fast turnaround times and a simple licencing and payment structure.

Says Hayward: "I have had this vision for a number of years now - a global network of EP's and professional screen composers spread out over different time zones, working on brand content music briefs around the clock, in an agile and cost effective fashion, commensurate with the budget driven and fast-paced digital world we now live in.

MusicBriefTM_Large_Transparent.png"Bringing these two exceptionally talented, hard working and professional women into the team, is just the first step in creating the ultimate "dream team" of producers and composers from around the world. We have a proven concept in Australia, so now it is just a simple case of finding our early adopters in two of the biggest markets in the world, and then rolling it out globally."

To upload a brief simply go to http://www.musicbrief.com.

2 Comments

Pugwash said:

Composers must be thrilled, pitching against each other (for free no doubt) at
‘a fraction of the cost!’

@Pugwash said:

Just like directors. Its a hard knock life.

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