Production Music is music specifically composed for the purpose of inclusion in audio and audio-visual productions. The music is available in a variety of moods and lengths so that it can easily be incorporated into client\\\\\\\'s productions, providing a high quality, cost-effective solution. The music can be licensed through PRS For Music at the rate according to the PRS rate card allowing for accurate budgeting of your production. There are no pre-clearance formalities in its use.
To apply for a PRS For Music Production Music Licence or to get a quotation, please click on the red Licence Manager icon on this website or visit https://musicshop.prsformusic.com/lmgr/. Details about Production Music account applications and tarifs can be found by visiting http://www.prsformusic.com/users/productionmusic/Pages/default.aspx
Yes. You need to complete our quick registration process to begin downloading tracks from this site (you may also login or register using your Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Google details -just click on the relevant logo on the login page to get started). You do not need to register to audition the tracks. Once you are logged in to the site the \"Download\" button beneath the player becomes active and you can choose to download in wav, aiff, or mp3 format.
No. All of our music is fully protected by copyright and may only be used with the appropriate licence from PRS For Music.
The “p” number is the number allocated to you or your company by PRS For Music when you register with them and agree to their code of conduct for the use of Production Music in your productions.
We use low quality M4A and Ogg audio files for the audition tracks for technical reasons. The tracks available for download are broadcast quality with no imperfections.
Currently we don\'t but we hope to change that in the near future. We will post on the website when this happens.
Click the \"Browse by Genre\" button above the player or click the \"Genres\" tab on the navigation bar.
Why can\'t I play tracks on mobiles and tablets?
Some users have reported that tracks do not play immediately when using certain browsers on mobiles and tablets. If you experience this please click the play icon next to the track twice and then click on the main player icon on the main part of the screen. We are working to resolve the issue but in the meantime please use the method outlined above or use the desktop version.