About Us

Syncfree was created in 2003 with the idea that creative and talented composers should be heard.  During my collaborations on and off the bandstand with so many great musicians and singer/songwriters over the years, I felt the need to harness all of this creativity.  I can’t even begin to count how many times I’ve at in a car, with the speakers pumped,  listening to the latest jam from a buddy and wondering what famous artist can we get to listen to it.  When I finally decided to formally build the library, I knew it had to be a fair and positive experience for musicians and their copyrights.  Therefore, having a killer resume or citing tons of commercial placements has never been the Syncfree model for deciding what goes into the library. It is the music alone that drives our success.

Syncfree has grown from an idea into a real player in the television content arena and to this day I make it a priority to listen to every single submission that comes in.  We take a lot of pride in our composers which alows us to provide our clients with great music that will be at the heart of their programming.  Syncfree remains a musician-friendly library with its roots deep in the business of being heard.

Mark Liggett
I have worked with Erik for over 20 years. This guy is a real pro! We have placed hundreds of his compositions on daytime television. He just instinctively seems to know what Music Directors want to hear.
Mark Liggett
Alert Entertainment
Jon Ernst
I know I can always count on getting a ton of great options for my projects sent my way when I reach out to Erik at Syncfree Music!
Jon Ernst
ShowRunner Music, LLC
Syncfree has always been a great resource for us. Erik is always very responsive and I can always count on Erik to get us quality music even in a rush.
Sam Carlin
Music Coordinator, MTV Network
Working with Erik and the Syncfree team is awesome! Great tunes, easily accessible and a big part of our work. We wouldn’t go anywhere else!
Pete Rosenblum
President, Radio Tag / The Awareness Group Agency

Today’s Music for Today’s Television