ASCAP Revamps ACE Repertory Database

ASCAP logoASCAP has launched a redesigned version of its searchable repertory database ASCAP Clearance Express (ACE), which contains information regarding more than 10 million musical works in the ASCAP repertory.

The new, mobile-friendly interface allows music creator members, publishers, licensees and the public to more easily search, share and download repertory information. ACE users can search the database using multiple criteria simultaneously, such as song title and performer. The database lists the total share controlled by ASCAP for each work, and users can now get the aggregate writer and aggregate publisher shares for any work in the database.

“ASCAP is driving changes aimed at building a more efficient, effective and transparent music industry, no matter what the future looks like,” said Elizabeth Matthews, ASCAP CEO. “The ACE redesign is just the first of many new digital innovations ASCAP has in the works to create the best quality experience for stakeholders. We are looking forward to rolling out more new ASCAP digital tools for our members and our community.”

For more information on ACE, visit ascap.com/ace-title-search/about.aspx

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