“It’s a hard knock life for us!”
Admittedly, I don’t know what it’s like to be an orphan like Annie, but I can’t help but say that some days in the studio leave me feeling pretty abandoned.
It’s not that I’m feeling abandoned by our studio manager or any of my fellow interns, but rather, I’m feeling abandoned by the people I was hoping I could count on for no reason: music supervisors.
You see, I had this feeling that finding music supervisors to interview for our upcoming podcast would be a lot simpler than it’s been. In my head it went a little something like this…
Call a music supervisor.
Talk to a music supervisor.
Interview a music supervisor.
Repeat Steps 1-3 for optimal results.
Perhaps I was being naive, but that’s not the case at all. It’s a hard knock life looking for potential interviewees. In fact, I’m beginning to think that maybe music supervisors have gone extinct.
But maybe that’s being naive. Finding people is hard work, but it’s certainly doable. I just need to keep my head down and dig a little deeper into my well of contacts.
That being said…if any of you faithful readers happen to know of any music supervisors lying around…I’d greatly appreciate a little ease from this hard knock life.
Email me: Mason@idletuesdays.com