As you’ll see throughout the interview, Chuck doesn’t do most of what people say you *should* be doing to succeed in music licensing.
Having a relatively small catalogue hasn’t stopped him from submitting music and getting music licensing gigs… he just makes sure he only signs non-exclusive deals.
He doesn’t spend hours working for free in the hope that something, someday, will come out of it and a filmmaker with pay him to score custom audio.
He doesn’t ask himself if he should write in a specific way…. he just sends out his tracks to music licensing opportunities and sees what happens.
The point is, whatever limitations you may think you’re facing, there’s probably a solution for you….
It’s just a matter of finding a path that makes sense in your situation, for your personality, your strengths and weaknesses.
Chuck’s methods to thrive in the music licensing world may not be a perfect fit for you but his story WILL give you looooaaaaaddddsss of really cool info and hopefully inspire you to move forward with your own music licensing career!!
So…. how does he approach music licensing and get his tunes placed on TV?
Let’s find out!