What is an ISRC?

What is an ISRC?

An ISRC (International Standard Recording Code) is unique to a digital recording. ISRCs are used to track the distribution and consumption of a track.

A song can have multiple ISRCs via remixes, live recordings, and other variations.

If you need to register ISRCs, please visit:

If you need to register UPC/EAN codes, please visit:
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