jaejazz at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 7 12:24:37 EST 2012
I thought about that too Maurice but honestly, I'm wondering how many musicians even know the importance of doing it...or how to get it done. It's not a requirement but an option for musicians. My guess is that you'll find many recordings without the codes and many with them. My guess is you know the codes aren't...or weren't...automatically applied in the mastering process. They have to be applied for and assigned.
From: Maurice Hogue <onemansjazz at shaw.ca>
To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
Sent: Wednesday, March 7, 2012 12:08 PM
Subject: Re: [JPL] Fingerprinting
What about the International Standard Recording Code (ISRC)
identifier that's supposed to be added to each track in the mastering
process be used for something like this? At least for newly manufactured
At 11:09 AM 3/7/2012 -0500, you wrote:
> This is something that we hope to implement down the road. But it takes some work to get going. I don't want to enter into something that will be unreliable or in which I'm at the mercy of a company like Mediaguide. They had onerous terms in allowing us to use the data. And as everyone knows, they stopped business abruptly.
> I'm working on a couple of routes to replace reports with detections but it won't happen overnight. If it could have, I would have done so.
> There are a couple of technologies that could be adapted for this. I'm investigating it with a developer/entrepreneur. Can't really say much more on this right now.
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