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ISRC Info

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Lots of people have been asking about this, here are some links I have used. I am sure most of you already know all about this, but just in case I hope this helps answer some questions.

ISRC Info:
http://www.riaa.com/whatwedo.php?content_selector=whatwedo_is_r_c_codes

or

http://www.ifpi.org/content/section_resources/isrc.html

or

This link here talks about CD TEXT :

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CD-Text

here is the link the CD database CDDB:

http://www.gracenote.com/

Hope this helps!

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Juno60 Tue, 02/16/2010 - 07:06

Good posts, very useful for anyone looking to replicate their audio CDs.

The one we always get asked about is, "I included CD text when I burnt the audio master, but it doesn't show in Window Media Player". Few people actually know that it needs registering with the CDDB and not to do with your authoring.

jafferinc Tue, 06/29/2010 - 23:24

ISRC is an international recording code which gives the best recordings to royalty collection in the digital information. It provides you with the best sound and video recordings that recommends a unique, reliable system.

SoccerFan Thu, 12/01/2011 - 14:12

So, what are the steps for registering with ISRC and gracenote.com?
I registered on the ISRC website, paid the $75 fee, got a 3 letter code sent to me, and was told to build my own codes according to the track numbers of the CD.
However, I'm not sure if I should report my constructed codes back to ISRC, or if I'm all set and can just embed the full codes in the mastering.
Also, would my next step (once these codes are embedded in the master) to register the songs with Gracenote.com?

Thanks for your help, this is my first CD, and I've been confused about the steps and what to do....

SoccerFan :)

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