While Sundance may be best known as a place for independent filmmakers to showcase their films, it's also a time for filmmakers to meet composers and recording artists. Since the dawn of film, music has played an integral part of the film-making process. For some films, a well-orchestrated score can make all the difference. ASCAP's Mike Todd works with composers to ensure that royalties are being paid. Todd says filmmakers today have more opportunities to use music in their films even if they can't afford to hire a score composer. One of those options is using online music libraries where directors can chose an existing soundtrack that has the emotion that they are trying to evoke. TheStreet's Ruben Ramirez reports from Park City, Utah.