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kristi_00

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Hi,
I am a musician and I with my band have recently recorded a demo and we want to get a professional package together to send to the usual potential clients. . We plan to publish around 1000 CDs with the relevant details (Band Name, Song Titles and Contact Details) printed on the CD. But we are very much confused that what we should have to use CD duplication or CD replication. If anyone of you have any ideal about this and its provider then please help me.
All suggestions and tips are welcome
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Titan8990

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I believe your best bet is to find an independent production company. Many "underground" musicians are taking that route. Making 1000 CDs and labeling them yourself in quite a task.

Edited by Titan8990, 31 January 2008 - 09:07 AM.

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Doing 1000 burns yourself means you'll get through drives like there's no tomorrow.
You ideally need professional duplication techniques - people who run hundreds of thousands of copies of this, that and the other off day in, day out for various other companies.
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Hi,
You should always try to use replication service unless you don't have enough time or if your quantity is small. In such case you can use duplication. The artwork for duplication service is usually printed on a paper label and then the label is stuck onto the disc surface. This is labor intensive task and that's why duplication service, despite the lower quality, is more expensive then replication service in terms of unit prices. I know a service provider called http://www.orbisdigital.co.uk" target="_blank"> www.orbisdigital.co.uk, which provides both CD duplication or DVD duplication and CD replication or DVD replication.
Hope you will be satisfied by my suggestion.
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