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Cómo puedo hacerme miembro de ASCAP?
Afiliarse a ASCAP es facil. Simplemente visita nuestra página y haz click en “Join.” Si deseas hacerte miembro de ASCAP como compositor/autor, llena la solicitud de “Writer.” Si deseas hacerte miembro como editora, llena la solicitud de “Publisher.”
Cómo registro mis temas en ASCAP?
Puedes registrar tus temas en tu cuenta de Member Access ( Para facilitar este proceso sigue estas instrucciones. (Ingles básico es necesario).
  1. Visita nuestra página de internet en
  2. Selecciona “Manage Account", bajo la seccion de Music Creators
  3. Ingresa a tu cuenta de Member Access usando tu nombre de usuario y contraseña. Si no has activado tu cuenta de Member Access, podes activar tu cuenta hoy haciendo click en “Activate Your Account Now!”
  4. Haz click en “Register A Work” y sigue las instrucciones para registrar sus canciones.
Debo registrar mi canción en la Libreria del Congreso?
Es importante, aunque no obligatorio, que registres tus temas en la Biblioteca del Congreso para proteger tus temas. Para mas informacion por favor visite

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“Songwriters: The Next Generation,” a program of The ASCAP Foundation and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, showcases the work of emerging ASCAP songwriters and composers in free concerts on the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage in Washington, DC. Concerts will take place on Wednesday, April 4 and Friday, April 6, 2018 at 6:00 p.m.

National Recording Registry Inducts 16 Classic Recordings Performed or Written by ASCAP Members

Tony Bennett’s hit single, “I Left My Heart in San Francisco;” the timeless soundtrack of The Sound of Music; Run-DMC’s 1986 crossover hit album Raising Hell; and an early cylinder recording by Victor Herbert, one of ASCAP's co-founders, have been honored for their cultural, historic and aesthetic importance to the American soundscape. On March 21, Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden named these recordings and 21 other titles to the National Recording Registry of the Library of Congress, as aural treasures worthy of preservation. 14 were recorded by ASCAP members, and an additional two feature music written by ASCAP members.