Welcome to Amazing World Music's - Production Music Catalogue.
A rapidly growing collection of weird and wonderful music from around the world,
Feel free to browse the site and preview any tracks before you decide,
Foreign (Non-UK) licensing can also be quickly arranged:
If you are new to all of this, in a hurry and find all of the stuff below a long and complicated story, just email us and we will hold your hand all the way!
Click on the register tab in the top bar
Next, choose the type of registration category that fits, but if you are not sure which to choose, select Not sure / non of the above and we will sort out the details with you when you are ready.
You WILL be free to download as soon as you have signed up!
At the top of the registration form you will see our user agreement, which you can download as a PDF or read from here:
Amazing World Music User Agreement
First, browse the site adding any tracks that might work, to a playlist - via the Add to playlist icon/link that you will see to the right of the track info.
From your playlist(s) you can then download and drop any of the tracks into your project.
When you have decided what tracks you will use, remove any tracks that you won't be using from the playlist then choose the licensing system below that fits:
Who needs this licence:
Independent Production Companies (IPCs) that make TV programmes for UK broadcasters, including Channel 4 and Channel 5.
What this licence covers:
The copying of members' music into TV programmes for broadcast in the UK.
If you have not already obtained an IPC license, you can find out how it works from here: MCPS-PRS IPC license
UK /Eire based broadcasters and IPC users do NOT need to use the PRS License Manager.
But you you will need to report the usage via a cue sheet within 14 days of delivering the finalised programme to a channel/platform.
if you are not aware of how cue sheets work, you can view or download a quick cue sheet guide from here: PRS-Quick cue sheet guide
You can also download all the relevant cue sheet guidance notes and forms from here: PRS CUE SHEETS-guidance and forms
If you are a non-UK or Eire based IPC or broadcaster, you will need to either license via the License Manager , license via a local affiliated PRO, or contact us to negotiate a Direct License.
*You can still go ahead and download, and then report the usage via your membership of a PRS-affiliated collection society in your country, as long as it is affiliated with the PRS, such as ASCAP, BMI, SACEM, GEMA, APRA-AMCOS, and many others.
You can see a list of over 100 affiliated societies worldwide, from here:
*Once you have logged-in and created a playlist, you will see a link to the PRS-MCPS License manager at the bottom of your playlist:
Rates cover feature length and short film for all media. Special rates for student film festivals included.
CD, DVD, Games & Apps:
Audio only and audio visual productions including console games and apps for retail sale
Non corporate online streamed or downloadable usage
Film Trailers, Feature Film Trailers, Adverts, Branded Content and Corporate:
Includes rates for Advertising (TV, Radio, Online and others), Brand films (including product demos)
To pay the licensing fee for your tracks, click on the MCPS icon at the bottom of the playlist and you will be taken directly to the MCPS Licence Manager checkout (You will need to be registerd and log-in)
You will then see the quotes for the track(s) you have chosen to use and if you are okay with it, submit for payment.
*if you encounter any problems, please contact us
For web pages hosted in the UK, there are various types of licenses for internet broadcast available from the PRS (Performing Rights Society), depending on how you are going to use the music on your site.
We reccomend that you have a look at their guidance notes from here: PRS-MCPS guidance notes
If in doubt, or have any questions, then you should contact them directly.
You should contact the national PRO (Royalty collection society) of your country.
What is production music and how does it work:
For UK based broadcasters and IPCs (Independent Production Companies):
Link to apply for a license:
Production music rate card PDF:
For online productions: