6.9 Recordings File
The recordings file shall be called
recordings.tsv and be referenced in the Manifest's
TableType as “
Recordings”. It shall contain none, one or more data Records as follows:
The Feed provider's proprietary identifier of the Recording. This is the primary key of the database table for Recordings (see Figure 2).
The ISRC (International Standard Recording Code as defined in ISO 3901) for the Recording. An ISRC comprises four parts: two characters, followed by three alphanumeric characters, then two digits and five digits.
The title of the Recording.
I've Got a Feeling
A subtitle of the title, including titles of versions used to differentiate different versions of the same title, as required by the GRid and ISRC reference descriptive metadata sets.
Naked Version/ Remastered 2013
The name to be used by a DSP when presenting Artist details of the Recording to a Consumer.
The ISNI of the display artist whose name is given in
A PLine for the Recording.
The duration of the Recording.
The Feed provider's proprietary identifier of the Release that is linked to the Recording. This is a foreign key to the database table for Releases (see Figure 2).
The name of a studio producer, i.e. a Party responsible for an artistic input to the production of the Recording.
The identifier of a studio producer, i.e. a Party responsible for an artistic input to the production of the Recording. The identifier shall be preceded by a namespace identifier in the syntax ns::id. Only one identifier shall be provided per studio producer and the number and order of the individual data elements in
The name of the Party that provided the original data for the Recording.
The DPID of the Party that provided the original data for the Recording.
A Flag indicating whether the data for the Recording is provided as received from the original provider (=true) or not (=false). This Flag has to be provided if a Party is specified in