If you’re a growing musician who just refined a demo tape and wants to send it out to record firms, making a CD copy is the way to go. A CD copy assists your music to be heard with the best possible sound quality. And CD duplication allows you to make as lots of copies as you need, whether it’s a dozen or a hundred, at a reasonable price. CD duplication is also a great solution if you want to extend copies of your CD to sell at concerts or other gigs, or you want to go into self-distribution by consigning some copies to small independent CD shops.
There are two ways to make a CD copy, either through CD duplication or replication. When you duplicate a CD, you burn additional copies directly from the original. This process is ideal if you’re making a thousand copies or less, since the turn-around time is short. Though, when you really should duplicate more than a thousand copies, replication is more affordable than CD duplication. In the replication process, a glass master is created from the original and used to make copies. While replication has a longer turn around and set up time, it costs less using this process to make copies in higher quantities.
When you select a CD duplication service, pick one that provides as numerous of the services that you need at a price you might afford. Additional services that CD duplication shops can offer include creating customized CD covers, labels and inserts, and wrapping the CDs in cellophane to make them glancemore professional when they are distributed. They might also offer to do the artwork for your CD cover upon request or provide you with a template so that you might easily do the art yourself.
Make sure that the CD copy service that you choose uses the best blank disks, since inferior disks increases the chances that your CD might not work. Furthermore, artwork need to be printed directly on the CD copy instead of using a paper label, since paper labels may affect the disc compatibility.
The CD duplication service will want to also do quality control to ensure not only that every CD copy is an exact duplicate of the original but also will play without flaws.
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