The ISRC or International Standard Recording Code is an identification system for sound and music video recordings.
Each ISRC is a unique and permanent identifier for a specific recording which is used to identify that recording for royalty payments.
ISRC codes are allocated on a track-by-track basis.
The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) recommends that all music producers use ISRC. We recommend that all labels apply and have their own ISRC allocations number, these are usually free to get.
Once you have your allocation prefix, you can then enter this in our system on your settings page and we can automatically assign your next numbers for you.
If you do not add your own ISRC code then LabelWorx will automatically allocate them at the point when you submit your release for distribution.
These codes are visible on your "Mix Details" page from then on.