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Hi Paul

Yes, pretty much. Every Performing Rights Organisation (PRO) has their own system for identifying works. For the PRS its the Tunecode, although as I understand it this is also recognized by some other systems around the world.

PRS tunecode can also be added into another field, but it would certainly be very useful to have an ISWC field.


Hi Paul

ISWC and Tunecode are musical work identification systems. ISWC is a global identifier, PRS Tunecode is the system which the PRS in the UK uses . ISRC is similar but not the same - as I understand it ISRC identifies recordings rather than musical works (there's a subtle but important difference).

I'm a music publisher (trailer music), so am looking for a quick and easy way to do bulk meta-tagging for when we produce new albums.

Thanks for your help.

Can I ask if Jaikoz has metadata fields for ISWC code and/or PRS Tunecode?

Many thanks


I'm looking for a meta-data editor to use on original sound-design and music files for a music library. I'm wondering if Jaikoz is the answer to my prayers.

I just wanted to ask if it can do the following:

1. Import long lists of metatags from a CSV file and apply them to a large selection of audio files (MP3, Wav and AIFF format)?
2. Take data from the audio files filename and automatically use this to populate certain meta tag fields?
3. Copy metatags from one batch of files to a corresponding batch of files in a different format (say copy 500 metatags from a bunch of MP3 files, to the same files in AIFF format)? - or would this best be done using a CSV file?

Any other amazingly useful batch processing functions I might be able to find a use for?

Thanks so much for any help.


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