International Standard Recording Code is the international identification system for sound recordings and music video recordings.
It is required by most digital distribution companies and downloads sites to sell content online. Each individual recording is given a unique 12-digit identification code based on country, registrant, and year, removing ambiguity and simplifying the management of rights when recordings are used across different formats, countries, distribution channels, and products.
Spinlet’s appointment as an ISRC manager will also see the company engage with the recording industry to ensure that local practitioners further understand the benefits of this internationally standardised identifier.
CEO of Spinlet, Nkiru Balonwu, said: “International Standard Recording Code is hugely beneficial in music identification, particularly in digital. We have for some time now been looking at ways of adding value to the local music industry, and growing its capacity in terms of reach and standards.”
Nkiru further added that one of the ways which Spinlet had consistently contributed to the growth of the industry was through seminars and workshops which it will continue to do.
“I am particularly proud to announce that Spinlet has been appointed as Nigeria’s first ever ISRC Manager, and look forward to helping to implement this valuable system,” Nkiru said.