Ah2 Music Releases New Catalog, Names VP Business Development
Composers Jeff Lippencott and Mark T. Williams, co-founders of Ah2 Music, are making available a new catalog entitled “Filtered Music.” The new catalog is prominently showcased on the company’s brand new website: http://ah2music.com.
In addition, Lippencott and Williams have named Scott James as the company’s new vice president of business development.
“We are thrilled to announce the launch of our newly designed website, and concurrently, our ‘Filtered Music’ catalog, which features over 30,000 tracks, that can be tailored to virtually any type of television, film, advertising, trailer, videogame or multi-media need,” Lippencott and Williams said. “And we’re equally excited about having Scott James join us. Few executives in the world of music publishing have a resume that can match his diverse areas of knowledge and expertise. Scott will be helping us market and license the Filtered Music collection and will also help us continue to build the strong Ah2 Music brand,” Lippencott and Williams add.
Having composed music for thousands of hours of television and film has allowed Ah2 Music to carefully cultivate a substantial compilation known as the “Filtered Music” Catalog. Ah2 Music developed this catalog based on years of feedback from some of Hollywood’s most skilled producers, directors, editors and music supervisors. Today this new catalog features more than 30,000 tracks spanning a wide range of musical genres. Each composition has been meticulously crafted to feature obvious edit points and multiple mix versions to complement a wide range of production applications.
About Scott James
Prior to joining Ah2 Music, James held a series of progressively more senior positions over the course of 31 years with both Universal Music Publishing Group and, earlier, with MCA Music Publishing. Most recently, James had been executive vice president, film, television and synchronization – worldwide, with Universal Music Publishing Group. During that time, he led the 35-person film and television department for the world’s number one music publishing company.