DOMC Mastering is more than able to handle digital-only releases. We can give you high quality MP3 files for you to release to Myspace, Facebook, Soundcloud, Reverbnation, iTunes or any online music distribution system of your choosing. We have very high quality Sample Rate Conversation (SRC) systems, meaning that you get the best sound possible from your compressed audio files. To ensure that there has been minimal loss in quality, you can listen to the final digital file in our dedicated mastering room.
Yes. Many online audio distribution systems rely on very complex text and data to be included with digital files. You can provide us with the ISRC (International Standard Recording Code) and, once provided, we will encode this into the files for you.
The ISRC is the international identification system for sound and music video recordings. Each ISRC is a unique and permanent identifier for a specific recording, which can be permanently encoded into a product as its digital fingerprint. The ISRC provides the means to automatically identify recordings for royalty payments and, in many territories, is increasingly becoming a tool in the fight against piracy.
By identifying all sound and music video recordings that are released, regardless of the format that they are released in, the ISRC enables the tracking and tracing of these recordings through the music value chain.
ARIA recommends that all music producers, both ARIA members and non-members, use the ISRC.
ARIA is the Australian International Standard Recording Code national agency, and allocates the Country and First Owner Codes for encoding on all audio and audio-visual recordings, as a method of identification.