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In MusicBrainz, a track is the way a [[recording]] is represented on a particular [[release]] (or, more exactly, on a particular [[medium]]). Every track has a title (see the [[Style/Titles|guidelines for titles]]) and is credited to one or more [[Artist|artists]]. Tracks are additionally assigned [[MBID]]s, though they cannot be the target of [[Relationships]] or other properties conventionally available to entities.
 
In MusicBrainz, a track is the way a [[recording]] is represented on a particular [[release]] (or, more exactly, on a particular [[medium]]). Every track has a title (see the [[Style/Titles|guidelines for titles]]) and is credited to one or more [[Artist|artists]]. Tracks are additionally assigned [[MBID]]s, though they cannot be the target of [[Relationships]] or other properties conventionally available to entities.
  
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Latest revision as of 21:34, 16 April 2020

In MusicBrainz, a track is the way a recording is represented on a particular release (or, more exactly, on a particular medium). Every track has a title (see the guidelines for titles) and is credited to one or more artists. Tracks are additionally assigned MBIDs, though they cannot be the target of Relationships or other properties conventionally available to entities.