Please note, however, that we cannot register your tracks with the Recording Industry until you have returned to us and supplied the remaining information: Track Duration, Version, and Recording Date.
You also should not file your Sound Scan registrations until then. They are structured using dashes for easier readability.
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However, the dashes are NOT considered to be part of the 12-digit ISRC code.
When entering your ISRC codes at an online music distribution site like i Tunes, registering at Sound Scan, or encoding your ISRCs, you should enter it as a 12-digit code without dashes or spaces.
It comprises a 12-digit alphanumeric code and functions as a universal identification number for each sound recording.
At the time of this FAQ’s publication, Sound Scan registration is still free of charge.