A Proven Strategy to Get Your Music in TV Shows, Films and Commercials!

  • Everything you need to know to Successfully License Your Songs!
  • Stop Wasting your Time and Talent as a struggling musician and get Your Music Heard by Millions of People Worldwide!
  • Write the Music YOU Love, enjoy having Creative Freedom, and earn a Consistent Income! 
  • Author's credits include over 2000 Original Song Placements in TV Shows, Films, Commercials and Movie Trailers.

FREE E-BOOK: The 4 Step Plan to Licensing Success

Successfully licensing your songs is a MUST if you want to survive in the Modern Music Industry. This FREE E-book details the 4 Steps necessary for Licensing Success.


"I wish I had this book 15 or 20 years ago.. well done! You’ve done a service to many people like myself."

Timo Chen
Score Producer: Superstore (NBC), Graves (EPIX)

"The advice and guidance I received from Michael has been life changing for me and resulted in a complete career change. There are times I can't even believe I've made over $100,000 just by implementing what he taught me."

Adam Searan

"This book is overflowing with so much value and information to not only set you up to succeed, but save you time trying to navigate the music licensing business."

Michele Zaccone

"This is a GREAT read, and VERY inspiring! The timing of this couldn't have been more impactful in my life right now and I know this is going to be a big help for others as well!"

Mark Burch
Keyboardist for Billy Currington

"Reading the 4 Step Plan to Licensing Success is the best thing that has happened to me in my entire music career. It’s not only uplifting and encouraging, but it’s a major resource of understanding and knowledge. It’s my musical bible."

John Fitzgerald McGill

"You don’t get 2000 placements by accident, and what makes Michael’s book unique is he wants others to have that same level of success too."

Matt Reviere
Guitarist for Carrie Underwood
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