How to use ISRC CODES & UPC BARCODES in the music business. How to use ISRC & UPC CODES in the music business. Do you need them? By Dr. Brian Cochran of iMusic Boss shows the difference between them and how they are used.
ISRC (International Standard Recording Code) is the globally recognized standard numbering system for audio and music video recordings. It comprises a 12-digit alphanumeric code and functions as a universal identification number for each sound recording.
UPC represents the entire digital product, as opposed to just an individual digital track. UPC codes are typically found on the back of the sound recording's physical packaging, and are used by brick and mortar retailers and online outlets to gather and track sales information for the entire product.
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