LOS ANGELES — Killer Tracks, which provides pre-cleared production music for use in media, has entered into a strategic multi-year agreement with Immediate Music, a Hollywood-based trailer music catalog. The deal makes the Immediate Music catalog available to Killer Tracks’ film, television, advertising and interactive media clients exclusively in the United States and Canada.
Founded in 1993 by partners Yoav Goren and Jeffrey Fayman, Immediate Music (www.immediatemusic.com) supplies music for motion picture advertising, with over 5,000 trailer-related sync licenses to date. Some of their more memorable campaigns include the creation and licensing of music for The Hobbit, Harry Potter, Mission Impossible, Spiderman, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Chronicles of Narnia, The Da Vinci Code, X-Men, and Avatar. Most recently, their music can be heard in the trailer campaigns for After Earth, Wolverine, Iron Man 3, and Oblivion.
The partnership was announced at the 2013 PromaxBDA Conference in Los Angeles. “Like so many, I have long been a fan of the Immediate Music catalog and its signature cinematic sound,” says Killer Tracks president, Gary Gross. “Killer Tracks is honored that Yoav and Jeff have chosen us to further expand the reach of their iconic brand and we’re excited to introduce their unique catalog to an entirely new and diverse group of professional music users.”
Beginning with the release of 40 digital albums this August, the Immediate Music library will offer Killer Tracks’ clients more than 1,500 original music tracks in a variety of musical styles and formats, including epic cinematic cues, comedy, emotional, and horror tracks. They will also offer professional sound design elements. Immediate Music will continue to produce additional new music for release exclusively through Killer Tracks during the multi-year agreement. Immediate Music will also continue to exclusively license its catalog directly to its motion picture advertising and video game advertising clients.
Killer Track offers over 2,000 digital music albums from more than 20 global libraries. Its catalog is available for licensing online at www.killertracks.com.