Since 1993, Source/Q has been a major force in the entertainment industry supplying source music for films, TV and advertising.
We represent major labels featuring Pop, Soul, Alternative, Classical, Opera, World, Movie Music, Big Band, Gospel and a lot more.
For over 20 years Source/Q has been a trusted company for high quality recordings and speedy, rock solid licenses. When I need help navigating their catalog I know that I can always count on tasteful, pitch-perfect recommendations.”
Marty and Source/Q are an invaluable resource that we count on regularly - particularly in the classical realm. The quality of the music he represents, and his professionalism in all aspects of his business are unsurpassed.”
Gabe Hilfer,Season Kent and the Full Pursuit Media Team
Source/Q has always been my best resource for independent classical music but it doesn't stop there. Marty has lots of other gems too and is great to work with. Always very accommodating and fast. I love Source/Q!”
Let us help you find the perfect music for your next project.
Marty Wekser: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone:
Why license classical and opera from Source/Q?
Here are several good reasons. We represent only world-class commercial record labels. Source/Q does not handle production music libraries.
Because commercial labels target music lovers, their interest is in recording not only the most well-known repertoire, but also more obscure and hard to find titles. Our labels also record works by contemporary composers that are not Public Domain and which you are unlikely to find at production music libraries.
With the diversity of labels represented through Source/Q, we can also offer multiple versions of the tracks you are considering for your project. Tempos and performances of the same musical work can vary significantly so having several choices will make you and your music editor happy.
We always offer fast service and immediate approvals while doing our best to accommodate your budget.
View our list of labels
A Christmas Story 2
All At Once
Bones and All
Father of the Bride
Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio
Lady Chatterley's Lover
See How They Run
The White Lotus