Asian Music Seminar

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Asian Music Seminar
May 2014, London. (more info)


Asian Music Seminar (AMS) shines much needed light on successes in the music business that attendees can learn from in order to progress ahead. The Asia Pacific region is an ever growing economy and the ‘AMP Asian Music Seminar’ looks to reach out to the music industry to help them improve in every aspect of the business. AMS offers insight on how to export music as well as related products and services not only in the UK, but Asia and other relevant territories around the globe recognising the huge Asian diaspora with a thirst for new music.


The event is designed to inspire positive change and cohesiveness within the Asian Music Industry as well as welcome non-Asian musicians and labels to find out how they can bridge the gap and enter the fast growing superpower market of Asia.


AMS is a place to share knowledge, learn and grow your music business.


The first AMS 2013 took place at the world famous Metropolis Studios, Chiswick in London on Wednesday 19th June 2013 between 10am and 6pm. In 2014 the Asian Music Seminar (AMS) will be bigger and take place in London this May. NEWS: Asian Music Summit (USA equivalent) will launch in North America & Canada in 2014.


Click here for more information and to register for your delegate pass.


Asian Music Publishing Ltd


The start of a new era for Asian Music worldwide

This month sees the launch of Asian Music Publishing Ltd (AMP), the first ever independent Asian music publishing company with a dedicated mission to represent writers, composers and producers of Asian music on a global basis.
Founded by Terry Mardi and Laurence Aston, AMP has signed a long-term worldwide sub-publishing and administration deal with Bucks Music and will make its first composer and catalogue signings in December 2012.
Terry Mardi, Managing Director of AMP, said: “We are focused on creating a fair and sustainable eco-system for writers and composers of Asian music around the world. Our number one goal is to generate license and royalty income streams for our writers, creators and copyright owners including record labels who administer or control music copyrights. We see AMP as a ground-breaking music publisher, helping to redefine the landscape of the Asian music industry.

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