In a networked audio environment, metadata not only provides a human interface but is used for the identification, organization, tracking, reporting and selling of digitized sound recordings. Establishing an open industry standard for this data will enable the entire industry to streamline its ability to make content available. The result will be a more efficient and uniform exchange of data, ultimately enabling a more versatile and profitable music industry.
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