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ISRC Codes
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ISRC stands for "International Standard Recording Code". It's a number for copyright holders that identifies sound recording and video recordings. There's currently (as of 2012) a $75 one time registration fee. After registering you can make up to 100,000 ISRC codes. The codes make it easier for performing rights organizations to collect royalties.

To register for a ISRC codes visit: http://www.usisrc.org/

USISRC offers helpful documents all about the procedure, use, etc.. of ISRC codes: http://www.usisrc.org/resources/documents.html

IFPI provides a handbook for ISRC codes: http://www.ifpi.org/content/library/isrc_handbook.pdf
- More IFPI documents on their website here: http://www.ifpi.org/content/section_resources/isrc.html

*Quick note: ISRC codes have nothing to do with UPC codes.

Studio One v2 Professional allows you to enter in ISRC codes in the Mastering section. Watch video below:

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