Music supervisor Cody Partridge Takes Home 4 Canadian Sync Awards

Michael Raine
July 12, 2022

Last week, the Guild of Music Supervisors, Canada (GMSC) and Canadian Music Week (CMW) reveal the winners for the 2022 Canadian Sync Awards. Music supervisor Cody Partridge took home four awards.

Hosted by Tara Slone, the Canadian Sync Awards took place on Thursday, June 9, 2022 to a packed house at the El Mocambo and included performances by Monowhales, Emanuel and Mauvey. The Canadian Sync Awards celebrate the craft of music supervision in filmed media in Canada with the presentation of 14 awards, as voted by the public and members of the Guild of Music Supervisors, Canada.

THE 2022 Canadian Sync Awards winner are:

Best Sync - Sports Program or Sports Promo

“Knocking At The Door” by Arkells

Music Supervisor: Cody Partridge

Best Sync - Commercial

IKEA “Our Little World”

“Book of Dreams” by Daniel Tashain

Music Supervisor: Danielle Lindy

Best Sync – Soundtrack, Original Film or Episodic Series for Streaming Platform


Music Supervisor: Cody Partridge

Best Sync - Scene, Feature Film or Documentary Film


“Mehcinut” by Jeremy Dutcher

Music Supervisor: Cody Partridge

Best Sync - Scene, Episodic Series

Snowpiercer, Episode 209

“Winter Song” by Sam Otto

Music Supervisor: Natasha Duprey

Best Sync – Soundtrack, Feature or Documentary Film

Fallen Angels Murder Club: Friends To Die For

Music Supervisor: Chris Robinson

Best Sync – Soundtrack, Episodic Series


Music Supervisor: Cody Partridge

Best Sync Team – Sync Agency

The Greater Goods Co.

Best Sync Team - Indie Record Label

Cadence Music Group

Best Sync Team - Major Record Label

Universal Music Canada

Best Sync Team - Indie Music Publisher

Third Side Music

Best Sync Team - Major Music Publisher

Sony Music Publishing

The Huey Award

Anu Makinde

Sync Artist or Songwriter of the Year

William Prince

Michael Raine

Michael Raine is the Editor-In-Chief at NWC, publisher of Canadian Musician, Professional Sound, Professional Lighting & Production, and Canadian Music Trade magazines. He is also a co-host of the popular Canadian Musician Podcast. Michael has extensively covered nearly all aspects of the Canadian music business, as well as the pro audio, musical products, and the lighting and production industries.