How do I register my music?

How do I register my music?

  1. To register song titles with ISRC codes for sales & streaming click here
  2. To register album titles with UPC/EAN codes click here
  3. To register for radio airplay tracking click here 
  4. To request access to our Virtual Encode website, please email music.mediaservices@mrcentertainment.com with the subject line "Virtual Encode" and in the body of the email include: 
    1. First & Last Name
    2. Email
    3. Phone Number
    4. Company

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