Submitting music to online song databases


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Submitting music to online song databases

There are a number of online databases that store album information that is accessed by such programs as iTunes, Windows Media Player, and Winamp to display album and song info on computers. Perhaps the best known is CDDB or Compact Disc Database, which is a database that allows a music player application to look up audio CD information over the Internet, which then displays the Artist name, CD title, track list, and some additional information. CDDB is a licensed trademark of Gracenote Incorporated.

The information in a database like CDDB is linked to CDs that have had CD text embedded in the masters by their mastering engineers. And that info appears on the manufactured CDs. The artist is totally responsible for all information for the CD text and the mastering engineer simply inserts the information that the client provides for the text. There are other online databases besides CDDB, including Muse, freeDB, and MusicBrainz, and although the CD identification process used by these databases may...

Submitting music to online song databases
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Submitting music to online song databases provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Bobby Owsinski as part of the Audio Mastering Techniques

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iTunes Pro Tools
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