Real World Publishing is widely regarded as the foremost world music catalogue - and so much more. We have over 5000 titles which include Academy Award and Golden Globe nominees, as well as administering the Peter Gabriel catalogue and offering a first class service to b2b users.
There are more love songs than anything else. If songs could make you do something we'd all love one another. Frank Zappa
Without music life would be a mistake.
Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
Real World Publishing is home to a collection of catalogues of incredible World Music sourced from the far corners of the earth. We specialise in rights acquisition, ensuring those rights are packaged in a manner that allows them to be licensed quickly and efficiently into various forms of media including film, tv, games, mobile phones etc.
We pride ourselves on our ability to create simple and effective solutions for business consumers of music. For the past 18 years we have been successfully licensing our catalogue across the broad spectrum of music usage. We have had songs in many high profile Hollywood movies, including nominations for an Oscar and Golden Globes, we've placed songs in global advertising campaigns and global tv shows along with best selling games and most other areas of music usage.
Not only do we provide a licensing facility but we also have a stable of composers who can provide bespoke music for any project along with a department that can effectively deal with searches, clearances and music supervision. We believe our unique position in being able to run a 'one-stop shop', where we license all the rights required by the end user, makes the licensing process far more streamlined. This approach allows us to provide an extremely efficient service, which in turn gives our clients great peace of mind.
- Listening Wind and I Don't Remember
- Listen to 'Scratch My Back' in full
- Peter Gabriel introduces Real World Records for Winter 2009/10
- Peter Gabriel
- United Kingdom
- Temple Of Sound
- United Kingdom
- Peadar O Riada
- Ireland (Irish Republic)