Interested Parties Information(IPI)

The Interested Parties Information (IPI), previously called CAE number (CAE stands for: Composer, Author and Publisher) is an international unique identifying number assigned to each Interested Party in musical rights management. IPI numbers are attached to ISWC numbers, to attach information such as author, composer, and arranger to ISWC registered works
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