Cd Duplication An Interesting Chat!

Recently, I had the honor and privilege of a personal demonstration of the new AudioLife widget by Founder and CEO Brandon Hance. I had come to this demo thinking I already knew what this was – just another way to sell your music. But whoa, this is way cooler. AudioLife is a cool mashup of a lot of things.

So what do I look for in a cd duplication nyc company? Well, first off, you need to know that the duplication process is about the same no matter who does the work. The only thing you may want to make sure of is that the duplicators have the ability to verify errors on CDs. This feature can detect any scratches, flaws or imperfections prior to being duplicated. So listen closely to your CD. Make sure your master is free of any pops or unfamiliar sounds to avoid making a bunch of bad copies. If you give a bad master to a company to duplicate, chances are you will probably be stuck with a batch of defective copies.

OUse a burn-proof feature on your computer. It might take up more time by slowing down the speed of burning process but in the end you would be assured with a better quality disc.

Check if the company is providing printing quality of at least 300dpi digitally printed in CMYK colour on industry standard paper. You may be getting cheap prices but are you getting quality paper inserts and inlay cards for that price? Grainy or cheap looking paper parts can make your CD look unappealing and shabby.

With the help of a quality master CDR, you can achieve good cd duplications. Contact your CD/DVD vendor for the replication or duplication of the CD/DVD master. Do not burn from network source. Instead move the source to your hard drive. When burning, try to avoid other applications like access to network or internet.

Don’t try to create copies of DVDs if you plan on handing them out or selling them. You’d like them to look as professional as possible, and this is simply not going to happen if you attempt the task on your own. You’ll want to hire a dvd Duplication company, as they can do the job for cheap.

If you are trying to duplicate CDs at home you may wonder if it is possible to use your inkjet printer to print the paper parts. In terms of results, the prints from an inkjet printer are high quality. However, you are likely to spend a huge amount of time in printing as inkjet printers generally take a long time to print. In addition, the cartridges for inkjet printers are really expensive. Finding glossy paper that is compatible with inkjet printers is difficult. Due to all these factors, inkjet printing is not suited for CD duplication.