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This part of the DDEX Knowledge Base describes the DDEX MLC Message Suite Standard.

The standard itself defines a suite of messages that provide a uniform mechanism for the exchange of data for use in the collective management of neighbouring rights (these rights are sometimes also called “related rights”). The main aim of this knowledge base article is to aid developers in properly implementing the MLC Message Suite Standard. The document may also be of interest to anyone seeking to understand data exchange processes in the field of collective management of neighbouring rights.

This section addresses:

Download Standard

Musical Licensing Company Message Suite and Choreography Standard (Version 1.4)

Automated Message Exchange Protocol

Older versions of the MLC standard can be accessed here.

Before starting an implementation, DDEX recommends to read Starting an Implementation and Licensing DDEX Standards.

Essential Reading

 The DDEX Data Dictionary ...

... for the Electronic Release Notification Message Suite Standard (ERN, Version 4.2): Message Structure and AVSs

... for the Musical Work Right Share Notification Choreography Standard (MWN. Version 1.2): Message Structure and AVSs

... for the US Musical Work Licensing Choreography Standard (MWL, Version 1.0): Message Structure and AVSs

... for the Standard for the Communication of Media Enrichment and Description Information (MEAD): Message Structure and AVSs

... for the Standard for communicating links between Resources and Musical Works (Version 1.1)

... for the Recording Data and Rights Standard (Version 1.4)

... for Release Deliveries using SFTP or Web Service (Version 1.7)

... for the Recording Information Notification (Version 1.1)

... for Work and Share Notifications

... for Works Licensing

Contact DDEX

If you have a question or suggestion or if you are experiencing problems with your implementation, please feel free to contact the DDEX Secretariat; we may be able to help.

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