Automated Music & Video Systems

AMS® Music is a New Zealand company and been around for ages. With AMS® Music and Video you’ll get a diverse team of music lovers, tech experts and developers all based in NZ. Our friendly, focused customer service crew are available 24-7 and take pride in meeting your high standards. We specialise in music solutions for Bars, Gyms & Retail including the delivery of Music Video Systems, Audio Systems, Jingo, fully licensed Karaoke Systems – exclusively using Sunfly Karaoke, Digital Signage and/or a combination of them all.

At AMS® Music our music is hand selected and drawn from the world’s largest libraries of quality music videos, audio and karaoke from way-back-when to now! Our music videos are all DVD or full HD quality.


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AMS™ Music and Video Control Your Music On Any Device Including Smartphones, POS Terminals, Tablets and Laptops

AMS™ Music and Video Control your music on any device including smartphones, POS terminals, tablets and laptops

 

Give our friendly team a call to discuss or set up a free trial 

0800 267 687



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We make it easy to do business with us and don’t treat our customers like a number. Personal service with a smile and a real commitment to back up and service is what we’re all about.

Today In Music History
1993
"All Apologies," backed with "Rape Me," is released. It's the last Nirvana single released while Kurt Cobain is still alive.
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1973
The body of The Byrds guitarist Gram Parsons is stolen and taken to Joshua Tree National Park, where it is set on fire by friends Phil Kaufman and Michael Martin who claim Parsons had asked for the desert consecration, and they were simply carrying out his wishes.
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Today In Music History
1987
The Grateful Dead hit #10 on the US Hot 100 with "Touch Of Grey," the only hit song for the band.
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Today In Music History
1970
Jimi Hendrix is found dead in his basement aged just 27 of a barbiturate overdose.
Despite only recording three studio albums before his death - Are You Experienced (1967), Axis: Bold as Love (1967) and Electric Ladyland (1968) - Hendrix is widely acknowledged as being one of the greatest guitar players of all time. His unique sound is partly due to his unorthodox playing style: unlike most left-handed guitarists Hendrix simply flipped a regular guitar upside down. A natural showman, Jimi was known for playing the guitar behind his head, picking out notes with his teeth, and even on occasion lighting his instrument on fire at the climax of his shows.
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