What is an ISRC code?

An ISRC is an acronym for International Standard Recording Code. 

The ISRC is a unique and permanent identifier for a specific recording, and only one identifying code is allocated to each version of the recording.  The ISRC is used to track and verify specific information about the recording.

An ISRC code will remain the same throughout the life of the recording and each distinct recording must receive its own unique ISRC as well since any materially altered recording must receive a new unique ISRC.

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