September 28, 2021
CMOs and other groups of right holders are reliant on metadata to ensure artists get paid fairly on any given record. Entering the correct information about a song sounds like it should be easy enough, but metadata problems have plagued the music industry for decades. Unique identifiers of musical works, like ISWC can make the whole process much more efficient and accurate.
Music metadata is the collection of information that pertains to a song file, such as Artist Name, Producer, Writer, Song Title, Release Date, Genre or Track Duration, to name a few. Missing, bad or inconsistent metadata will turn into musicians not being paid for their work. It is important that metadata is accurately distributed as musician’s music royalties are dependent on this metadata.
With over a 10-year track record of building IT solutions for the music industry, Spanish Point Technologies has been on a transitional journey with several CMOs into the new world of digital streaming and as the music business is constantly changing, our Matching Engine solution has been a game-changer in managing the volumes associated with streaming data.
Our SaaS based solution for copyright management organisations, Matching Engine, has three core modules: Matching, Repertoire Management and Modern Ingestion. These modules have been successful and have enabled us to further expand our business internationally.
Our Repertoire module allows you to maintain musical works, agreements, IP information (creators and publishers) and products providing repertoire transparency. Built-in a modern cloud architecture, the Matching Engine allows the poor metadata to be matched more accurately and its modern intuitive web-based application makes managing repertoire fast and easy to use.