The International Standard Recording Code (ISRC) is the official identification tool used to identify sound and music video recordings. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) assigns unique, permanent identifiers to artists to use for individual recordings. AN ISRC code allows owners to identify a recording regardless if someone changes the track, records it or converts it into another format. Professional CD authoring and sound recording applications such as Roxio Toast allow artists to integrate ISRC codes into tracks and burn them into CD or DVD discs before distribution.
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Things you need
- Apple computer
- CD/DVD burner
Launch Roxio Toast on your Apple computer.
Click "File," "Preferences" and then "Audio & Video" on the menu bar.
Click and enable the "Show Advanced Mastering Settings" option.
Click "Audio" in the side bar. Click "Audio CD."
Click the "More" button in "Options" area. Click the "Disc" tab.
Enter your ISRC Code in the "Product Code" field and click the "OK" button.
Enter ISRC Codes for other tracks as needed. After you finish compiling tracks for the CD, insert a blank CD disc in the burner drive and click the large red "Burn" circle in the lower right hand corner of the Toast screen to begin the burning process.
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