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ISRC Codes

  • 21 January 2017
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Some of my tracks have ISRC codes (International Standard Recording Code) those that mean that somebody copyrighted my track ? Or distributed it and claimed ownership or something similar ? Most of my tracks don't have any kind of code.
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Best answer by s l i g h t 21 January 2017, 10:25

ISRC codes are applied by the record labels to each individual track they release. If track hasn't had an official release it shouldn't have one.
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ISRC codes are applied by the record labels to each individual track they release. If track hasn't had an official release it shouldn't have one.
Sorry to hijack this, but i have a question concerning ISRC. The new US country codes are like mine QZ, but soundcloud doesn't recognize this as an official code and wont except it.. is there a work around?
If you are based in the UK, you can register works with PRS and PPL, and assign them ISRC without or prior to release publication.
soundcloud isn't able to generate an isrc for an album?

but it can generate one for singles.

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