The term “studio” denotes any facility for sound recording, mixing and mastering. The term specifically includes large studios (such as the ones in Abbey Road in London) as well as digital audio workstations (DAW) installed on a personal computer and ...
A Party who directs, and has overall creative and technical oversight of, the entire recording project and the individual recording sessions that are a part of the project. The Producer participates in and/or supervises the recording session and ...
This is recorded music that can be licensed for use in film, radio, TV or other media. It's also known as Library Music as it's often produced and owned by production music libraries.
Music Licensing Company
A company that is duly authorized to issue licenses for the use of Sound Recordings and music videos. Music Licensing Companies may issue licenses on behalf of phonogram producers, performers or both. Note: Music Licensing Companies were previously ...
International Standard Recording Code (ISRC)
The International Standard Recording Code (ISRC) is the international identification system for sound recordings and music video recordings. For example, a single song (identified by an ISWC), might be released separately by two different artists and ...