Carter Little is a music supervisor and soundtrack album producer whose credits include the 8-hr. Grammy and Emmy nominated documentary series, “Soundbreaking: Stories from the Cutting Edge of Music,” Sony Pictures Classics Hank Williams biopic “I Saw The Light,” and RZA’s STAX infused kung fu epic “The Man With the Iron Fists.” As a soundtrack album producer, Little has collaborated with Grammy award-winning artists including The Black Keys, Kanye West, Wu-Tang Clan, St. Vincent, Whiz Khalifa, and Fleet Foxes. Trained as a musician and a composer, and the son of a Metropolitan Opera singer, Little’s productions span documentary, feature film, television and advertising, and he offers a range of supervision and music production services from copyright clearances and licensing, to music editing and original score production.
A music supervisor oversees and organizes the production of musical elements for a film, television series, ad campaign, video game, or any platform that requires the synchronization of music to visual media. This process can include any of the following professional services: 1) the negotiation and licensing of existing songs and recordings from third party labels and publishers, 2) the creation of original instrumental score of any orchestration, 3) the production of on-camera musical performances with production cast, 4) music editing, and 5) soundtrack album production.