Who's APRA AMCOS?
We help music creators get paid for their work and give people easy ways to legally play and copy music.
Are you a music creator?
Songwriters, composers, and publishers can all join APRA AMCOS. Membership is free and helps you get paid for your music.
Looking for a music licence?
Find out how your business or event can get permission to use music and support the music industry.
Creating an audio or video production?
Access high-quality and cost-effective music to use in adverts, TV and radio programs, films and more.
View works, Earnings Insights, royalty statements & remittances; register new works; upload jingles; submit Performance Reports; or update your details.
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Access Earnings Insights and Work Search; upload music in ads; manage your team; submit enquiries; or view resources and FAQS
Access work registration, cue sheet information, and unidentified work lists. Notify us of live performances featuring your members' works.
Submit an application on behalf of a client, license a production for multiple clearances, and search licence applications quickly and easily.
Create templates for your production, submit multiple cue sheets at one time, easily import cue sheets and ensure instant retrieval from APRA AMCOS upon submission.
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Get recognition for your work. Discover which competitions and initiatives for songwriters, composers, and other members of the music industry run throughout the year.
Since 1982, we've recognised and celebrated the artistic excellence and success of music creators across all genres. With multiple categories recognised each year, discover the rich history of our awards.
We work to spread Australasian music locally and abroad. Find out how you can benefit from programs like SongMakers, SongHubs, Sounds Australia and the Live Music Office.
Do you run a local project or event that supports our members’ music? You might be eligible for a grant. We fund key music organisations, showcases, small festivals, mentoring projects and more.
This holistic approach benefits more people by creating unique opportunities and growing the industry. Learn what we do and don't fund, and the application process.
Key government policies can impact the music industry. We work hard to uphold copyright and influence policies that affect the music industry at large.
Learn how Australia's music industry contributes to our cultural and economic landscape. Read an overview of the key data or get stuck into the full reports.
Our Writer Services Rep is hitting the road and setting up shop for the day in Broome WA
The Women in Music Mentor program is a four-year nation-wide mentoring and training program aimed at empowering women in the Australian music industry.
Submissions close Thursday 22 July, 5pm AEST.
Join us for a special evening for writer and music publisher members, managers, producers, DJs, and others working within the night time music economy.
Tickets available for Dubbo and Wagga. Learn from top Australian songwriters including Imogen Clark, Wayne Connolly and more added.
Sydney-based singer and songwriter Allegra Neve wins the $7,500 grant along with mentoring from Josh and his team.
Writer Services Reps are hitting the road and setting up shop for the day in cities and towns around New South Wales and the ACT
Make Music Day is like a DIY music festival that’s free and open to the public. Here's how to get involved.
We’ve reviewed responsibilities within this area of our business and redefined some roles of people within the team to better align with our priorities to support our membership
Producer, songwriter and artist Beatrice Lewis will lead songwriting workshops at The Regional Sessions, Wagga Wagga, 11 June.
Casey Barnes, Tia Gostelow, Milan Ring and many more in the running for $10,000 grants
The $5,000 award recognises women and non-binary artist managers. Kristy's artist roster includes Aodhan, Busby Marou, Colin Lillie and Tia Gostelow.
We pay tribute to the songwriter, producer, A&R and music publisher. Joe worked with Little Pattie, Jay Justin, the Bee Gees and more during an incredible career.
The gathering consisted of a range of industry experts with a mix of professional and lived experience and was facilitated by independent consultants.
Byron Bay is sold out! Get your tickets to Tamworth, Dubbo, Wagga, Wollongong and learn from top Australian songwriting talent.