California based CD Replication Company CDDigitalCard.com can make the finished CD look like a classic gold or platinum vinyl record
Fort Worth, TX (WiredPRNews.com)—Compact discs are everywhere and they carry everything from music to software to training courses. But how does the original message stay pure after so many replications from the original?
Companies replicate mass quantities of CDs by making a mold of the original glass master with a process called stamping. This master has the texture and markings that translate into the music or software that’s on the CD.
From this newly stamped master, the CD made in mass production while preserving the original content. Typically, replication involves making over 10,000 copies from one master while duplication is used for lower quantities.
In addition to making the data just right, the labeling and packaging need to be accurate as well. Some firms, like CD Digital Card, can make the finished CD look like a classic gold or platinum vinyl record. Unique graphics and typefaces are available for all kinds of looks.
These are just a few of the things to look for when searching for a CD replication firm for your commercial production. They also offer: