What countries do you work in?

Music is provided throughout Southeast Asia, Asia, Africa, Middle East and Indian Ocean regions.

Do you provide music to consumers?

No, BMAsia is only a B2B provider of music services.

Do you provide DJ’s?

No, we don’t provide commercial DJ services.

Do you provide audio system design and procurement services?

No, you would be responsible for procuring the design, install and testing of your audio system.  Where requested, BMAsia can work with Audio system providers in early stages of a project to potentially recommend solutions to insure requirements to provide our services are fully realized.

How much is BMAsia’s service?

We charge per channel/zone per year. Our music channel costs less than a cup of coffee per day. Normally, player software and music can be installed remotely, downloaded and activated online. For venues that require an onsite installation, travel expenses such as air tickets, accommodation and  visa fees will be covered by the client.


Can I get a demo?

You can listen to samples on the website to get an initial flavour of the playlists available for various venues.  We can also provide access to an expanded list of samples with specific inquiries.  We don’t offer any free trials of our services.  Delivery of our services requires a joint authorization of contract/PO with acceptance of payment terms.

What is a channel?

A channel is a playlist of songs or a number of playlists for different times of day made available on your PC or programmable memory device connected to an audio system to play the songs in one outlet such as spa, lobby, restaurant etc.over a time period up to 24 hours.

How to change or remove the music?

To change the music requires contacting our support team via email at support@bmasiamusic.com

What licenses do you provide?

We hold the necessary licenses to provide copyrighted music in a commercial setting in all the territories where services are delivered. Clients must be in a procession of valid public performance licenses as required and are responsible for any other local licensing requirements.