Do I need a music licence?
If you use, play or perform music in your business or organisation, the chances are you need a music licence.
We are committed to representing the interests of songwriters, artists and musicians to ensure they are paid for their music and artistry. We represent members by securing their royalties and paying them whenever their music is performed, broadcast, streamed, downloaded, played in public, or used in film and TV.
What do you need a licence for?
By purchasing a licence you are supporting the future of music by helping to ensure its creators are paid for their work, so that the people who write, perform & record it can continue making the music you love.
What kind of music licence do I need?
There are different licences available depending on how you use music. We’re here to help you find the right licence for your needs.
Our helpful tool will help you find the right licence, whether you're a venue, promoter, or performer.Live music licences
Are you dubbing (copying) music for your fitness class or DJ set? Then you will need a ProDub licence.Learn more
Playing music at work
If you run a café, shop, gym or any other workplace that plays music, you will need a music licence.Music at work licences
Using music on the radio
Licences for commercial, community, hospital, long-term and other radio.Learn more
Using music on television
TV broadcasters and independent production companies.Learn more
Production music for film, television, radio & media
Full listing of our MCPS Production Music members and rate cards.Learn more
Commercial music in film, advertising & games
Find more information on our track clearing service.Learn more