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Different ISRC codes for Mastered with iTunes?
Old 16th November 2017
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Different ISRC codes for Mastered with iTunes?

Hi guys,

I wanted to check I correct on this...

When processing a track that will be Mastered For iTunes, am I right in saying that the track will require a separate ISRC code to the other masters?
Old 16th November 2017
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Originally Posted by dicejar ➡️
Hi guys,

I wanted to check I correct on this...

When processing a track that will be Mastered For iTunes, am I right in saying that the track will require a separate ISRC code to the other masters?
Last time I checked the ISRC website which you may want to do, it wouldn’t require a new ISRC code.

If it were a different mix or edited in length by 10 seconds or more, then it would require a new code.

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Old 16th November 2017
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Don't change the ISRC. You'll dilute the reported plays / downloads of that song. Only change the ISRC if it's a different edit or mix.
Old 18th November 2017
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Ahh ok, I understand.

Thanks a lot guys!
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