When the pandemic hit, Alibi Music was already set up for success. The music production company operates out of different offices across the country and makes its music available for clients via its website, which recently incorporated a powerful search engine into its interface.

But the company has not only been able to survive over the past 18 months, it’s also been able to expand. Alibi Music is partnering with such companies as non-profit creative network The Art of Good, which is helping small businesses affected by the pandemic, and Allstar Games, which is allowing its creators— many of whom stream their live video game play on Twitch—to pair their content with Alibi’s music using advanced algorithms.

Alibi Music also offers creators of all types all sorts of music to accompany promos, teasers, trailers, social media content and much more. The company’s music has recently been used in such projects as Disney Plus’ Marvel Studios: Assembled—The Making of WandaVision, the official game trailer for Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War season three and several segments themes for the hit reality competition series The Masked Singer, among numerous others.

Disney Plus’ Marvel Studios: Assembled—The Making of WandaVision

Alibi Music Founder and CEO Jonathan Parks joins the podcast to talk about everything music and marketing. Tune in below to hear the conversation:

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