TuneData.com, a Web-based service that allows movie and TV music supervisors to connect with rights holders, has launched.
Roughly 40,000 tracks from Zomba, J Records, Megatrax, Cherry Lane Music Publishing, the Alan Lomax Archive and others have been uploaded to the site for sampling by supervisors. The music supervisors can, in turn, advertise what sorts of projects they are working on and what kinds of music they’re seeking.
Site claims a number of notable projects have already taken advantage of its services, including “Anger Management,” “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle,” “Monk” and “Six Feet Under.”
TuneData.com is backed by Music Report, a publication that follows the music supervision and related publishing businesses.