Music Metadata Template
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This is the title of the song. It may also be helpful to include AKA and common misspellings here.International Standard Recording Code. This is usually an alphanumeric value that is issued by IFPI. Learn more here - http://isrc.ifpi.org/en/International Standard Musical Work Code. This is an internationally recognized code for all musical works, issued by CISAC. The most common use of this code is to identify musical compositions. Learn more here - http://www.iswc.org/en/index.htmlThis value is unique to your system. The purpose is so that when you get a statement from YouTube or another platform/service, you’ll know which video or stream should be associated with a work in your catalog.These are the individuals that actually composed the song. They wrote and arranged the melody, notes, and lyrics of the work.This is defined as to who owns what. For example, when two writers compose a song, the split is usually 50/50.Publishers usually control compositions and represent composers. They do not control master recordings or artists.This is country where one might control a copyright. The territory is often times listed simply as ‘World Wide’.This is the entity that performs the song.Labels are usually the entities that represent artists and the songs they perform. They do not control the composition or composers.
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