Do you write music? Then you should become a member of APRA AMCOS.
It's free to join, and once you do we can help you make money from your music.
We offer flexible membership, depending on how your music is used. You'll also join a collective music community of 87,000 songwriters and composers.
We exist to support you, our members.
Our writer members can register works, submit Performance Reports and view royalty statements through our convenient portal.
Play Live? Then you need to lodge an online Performance Report to receive a payment for all your live performances.
We're with you, every step of the way! We represent your rights around the world, open up access to the global market and have reps on the ground in LA, Nashville and London.
Write music for advertisements? To get paid, you must regularly register your jingles and upload audio files to our Online Portal for Uploading Songs (OPUS).
Get an overview of how royalties work and what you need to tell us to earn them.
Already a member of APRA AMCOS? Here you can find all the forms you need to register performances and reproductions of your songs and compositions.
Are you a music publisher? Here you'll find out what services we offer and how we can help you maximise revenue.
If you're a songwriter or composer, find out what publishers do and learn how to decipher publishing contracts.
Find out about funding opportunities, songwriting competitions, workshops and more!
Looking for information about making your way in the music industry? Check out some advice from experts in their field on how to be most effective when it comes to all the different aspects of the business.
As an APRA AMCOS member, you can get exclusive discounts and deals on everything from insurance and accounting through to audio gear and studio time
We represent over 10,000 songwriter members nationwide, 60,000 in Australia, and over 2,000,000 worldwide. Meet some of our members here
Like any good relationship, songwriting collaborations work best when theres open communication, mutual trust and respect.
The New Zealand Copyright Act gives songwriters and composers the right to control how their music is used. So whenever music is played in public, the songwriter or composer who wrote it might be entitled to royalties. This is where we can help you.
You don't have to rely on us to get paid when your music is used, you can also choose to deal directly with the music user
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