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    What's a CD?
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    It's a round disc that spins really fast... about 78 rpm. It has grooves in it and you put a diamond in the grooves then shoot a red laser through the diamond. The diamond will vibrate sympathetically with the music because diamonds can do that. The sound is vintage warm like white light. If you sport a "soul patch" on your chin, then you can use a blues laser instead of a red one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrushkiwt View Post
    What's a CD?
    Spoken by someone who doesn't do live shows..... ;-)
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    Got my order, their sit eis a little confusing when uploading tracks, but generally it worked well. You can upload JPEGs for your artwork, don't need Photoshop.
    I went with this place rather than Kunaki because I wanted to go the non-jewel case route this time, so chose the 'eco wallet' style - basically a 4 panel design with a sleeve inner section to hold the CD.
    Unlike Kunaki they offer multiple styles for the disc printing, including printing on silver, like you see with most CD (not -R) releases. Free barcode. Of course it is CD-R, so no metadata.
    I opted for the shrink wrap, total cost for my first batch was less than $2.50/disc.
    Mike B My new album on CD Baby: Fact and Fiction
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    What's a CD?
    ..ok. Someone has to say it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjbphotos View Post
    Got my order, their site is a little confusing when uploading tracks, but generally it worked well. You can upload JPEGs for your artwork, don't need Photoshop.
    I went with this place rather than Kunaki because I wanted to go the non-jewel case route this time, so chose the 'eco wallet' style - basically a 4 panel design with a sleeve inner section to hold the CD.
    Unlike Kunaki they offer multiple styles for the disc printing, including printing on silver, like you see with most CD (not -R) releases. Free barcode. Of course it is CD-R, so no metadata.
    I opted for the shrink wrap, total cost for my first batch was less than $2.50/disc.
    You didn't just upload a DDP Master?
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    Do you have to upload individual tracks? Are you able to set spacing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by keith.rogers View Post
    You didn't just upload a DDP Master?
    Not an option as far as I know. You can mail in a master, but I think like any other CD-R duplication, no metadata gets transferred. If I'm wrong, I'll know better next time.

    For someone who wants 100 or fewer CDs to give away/sell, - and has a limited budget - its' another option. BTW, I know people who used a very popular replication service (that everyone knows - but I won't name) whose CDs don't have the metadata on every track. Not sure if it was a problem with the master or how they did things, or the service...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chili View Post
    Do you have to upload individual tracks? Are you able to set spacing?
    Yes, they have an app you download to upload the music, and you can set spacing.
    Mike B My new album on CD Baby: Fact and Fiction
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