We believe that music has immense value in society and business.
We believe that composers and creators should get their fair share.
We believe that every composer and creator should know their options.
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Marshall & Everybody Hates Chris
The Apprentice & Big Brother
Captain Marvel & Justice League
How to Train Your Dragon & Jason Bourne Franchise
This is Us & Runaways
Three Billboards & Carol
CBS This Morning & Superbowl on NBC
Hunting Ground & RBG
Battlestar Galactica & The Walking Dead
The Greatest Showman & The Jungle Book
Doc McStuffins & Charlotte's Web
BlackkKlansman & 25th Hour
The Matrix & The Matrix Reloaded
The Americans & True Blood
Modern Family & Arrested Development
The Starter Wife & Conversations with Other Women
Sex & the City & Deadliest Catch
Seinfeld & Will & Grace
The X-Files & Smallville
Young Justice & Marvel Rising
Yu-Gi-Oh & Pokemon
Toronto Raptors & One Tree Hill
Dallas & Silverado
Roseanne & 7th Heaven
Napoleon Dynamite & How I Met Your Mother
In Search of the Great Song & The Last Job
Juno & Barely Lethal
Shark Tank & The Apprentice
CSI: Miami & Silicon Valley
Whether you write a composition for streaming services, television, film, or video games, there are so many opportunities to make money beyond the original composing or package fee.Read More
Your Music, Your Future is dedicated to educating composers and creators about their options when it comes to compensation.
Let’s be real. Writing music for television isn’t easy – the reality is that usually composers break-even or lose money when we score or provide other music for shows. We must invest in equipment, musicians, studio time and engineers. We actually are ‘investing’ in the shows we work on. That’s why performance royalties are so vital. Collecting them is the only way to put food on the table and pay the rent. It’s the only way to compose music as a career and not a hobby.
We are a community of, for, and by composers, songwriters, music producers, and creators. Founded by Joel Beckerman, David Vanacore, Gabriel Mann and Miriam Cutler —carried forward by you.