The international standard code (ISRC) is a unique code identifying sound recordings and music video recordings.
ISRC codes are always 12 characters long, in the form "CC-XXX-YY-NNNNN". (The hyphens are not part of the ISRC code itself, but codes are often presented that way in print to make them easier to read.)
Where to get one?
When distributing through PlayTreks, we can assign this automatically (and for free) for you. The ISRC will be assigned once the release has been successful, and from that moment on you can request to know the ISRC for your track by emailing email@example.com
Another way of getting an ISRC is by contacting your national ISRC agency (this might come at a cost).