ACM Records, Inc. has serviced the Entertainment Industry for over
20 years. They have worked for some of the top names in the business including
Viacom, Paramount, Atlantic Records, Universal Records, Sony, PolyGram, Warner
Brothers and MCI WorlCom. ACM has an extensive Music Library and Song Catalog
and represents approximately 250 Writers, Composers, Producers, Bands and
Artists. We provide premium Music Supervision services for productions at every
budgetary level. No matter what your production needs, ACM Records can create
fresh, innovative and strategically sound music for it.
ACM Records, Inc. founded in 1981 and operated by Al Cohen and Eve
Adams. Both award winning songwriters, their vision is to build a company that
provide producers of both visual and interactive media with personalized and
financially viable music, tailored to production costs and specifications. ACM
Records team is driven by the passion to promote music globally through all
forms of multimedia, film and television.
We will help veterans as well as those new to the business
navigate through the world of music, by providing appropriate musical selections
in accordance with creative and budgetary parameters.
Originally named A.C. Music Productions, which operated out of the
historical Chelsea Hotel where the artistic muse ran wild. Composing The Dance
of the Spirits Ballet performed in the stairwell for The Hotel's 100th
Anniversary and scoring the music for The Chelsea Hotel Documentary which sells
in the famous Museum of Modern Art. Some of their first successes were
co-producing tracks for the NFL and The NY Knicks theme song Go New York Go.
Their progressive and innovative style was noticed by some of NY's Independent
Record labels such as Sleeping Bag, Select and Tuff where they recorded many
Urban/Rap records for artists including Mantronix, Grandmaster Flash and Jam
Master J. ACM's first publishing deal was with Chaka Khan for a song penned by
Producer Gary Headman Haase.
Their corporate approach started when they moved their studio to
the Chelsea Internet district. ACM is one of the main producers for MCI WorldCom
Voice Cards produced in over 20 languages that are used Worldwide. ACM were the
Music Supervisors for the famous legendary rapper Big Daddy Kane's last PolyGram
CD Veterenz Day which the first single went to #4 on the Billboard Rap Charts.
Currently their Executive office is on a tree-lined block in NJ. The main focus
of the company now is to promote music globally via the Internet for TV, Film
and the Recording Artist. Songs from ACM's Song Catalog were featured in the
Miramax Films/Roc-a-fella Records feature film Paid In Full, which include
tracks by old school rapper Melee Mel.
We aim to provide service at the highest standard by bridging
the gap between the visual/interactive media industries and the music