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Revision as of 11:11, 19 April 2013

This page is part of the same proposal as User:LordSputnik/Proposals/Style/Recording.


Proposal

Overview

In MusicBrainz, a recording is a set of one or more audio tracks, which may have been mixed or edited, but have not been mastered for a release.


An audio track is any captured sound, including (but not limited to) instrumental and vocal performances and existing recordings. Audio tracks should not be confused with release tracks.


Editing is defined as re-arranging audio tracks. This may involve adding, removing, lengthening or shortening sections of audio track, or moving them relative to other sections.


Mixing is the process by which audio tracks are combined into one or more output audio channels. Mixing may involve applying a variety of audio processing techniques to audio tracks, such as equalization, panning, volume adjustment and compression.


Mastering is a process that is applied to the mixed and/or edited audio tracks, to prepare them for release. In MusicBrainz, the mastering process occurs on a level between recordings and release tracks.


It is usually the case that a recording is a mix of a performance of a work by a particular artist, and appears as a track on releases in one or more release groups.

Examples

These are all different Recordings:

Style Guidelines

Please see the guidelines for recordings.

Properties

Title

The title of the recording.

Artist

The artist(s) that the recording is primarily credited to.

Duration

An approximation to the length of the actual mix, calculated from the lengths of the tracks using the recording.

ISRC

The International Standard Recording Code assigned to the recording.

MBID

See MusicBrainz Identifier.

Disambiguation comment

See Disambiguation Comment.

Annotation

See Annotation.