How four key agency music supervisors find the perfect tune for each and every spot.

Andrew Kahn

Founder, Good Ear Music Supervision

In the late 2000s, as a music supervisor for Apple at TBWA's Media Arts Lab in Los Angeles, Andrew Kahn was part of a team (led by Steve Jobs, of course) that made unlikely hits out of quirky indie-pop songs like Yael Naim's "New Soul," the Ting Tings' "Shut Up and Let Me Go" and Chairlift's "Bruises." But after he left the agency in 2011 to start his own supervision company, he found there were more avenues to explore.

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