Thursday, 12 April 2012

For the Lovers of Music

Independent artists and music makers can be spotted just about anywhere in any culture or race. Many a time such artists and singers are extremely talented; however are short on finances to promote themselves to the right audience. Under these circumstances, CD printing and CD duplication and replication comes in a handy tool that can help them show themselves and their music to a large audience by the means of replicating and CD distribution at promotional events and shows. The web is a useful means for doing this; however the conventional method of handing over or gifting CDs and DVDs has its own charm and adds recall value too.

Such replication services have proven to be a blessing in disguise for talented artists who don’t have much finances to promote themselves or their music; however, with the coming of inexpensive CD and DVD printing and duplication, one can get as many copies of a CD/DVD without much hassle or expenditure and work independently in establishing their career. It is important to know the difference between replicating a disc and duplicating a disc, if at all you wish to perform these functions all by yourself.

When one duplicates a disc, the process involves a master disc which is utilized in burning onto other blank discs with data and information. This kind of copying can be done easily at home on a computer and a user can burn up to hundreds of discs easily and simultaneously that makes the procedure faster and cheaper for aspiring artists and record makers. Similarly, replicating a disc is also a relatively simple process, yet a bit different from duplication. Replication also involves using a master disc but the process is manufacturing DVDs rather than simply burning information on blank discs. The procedure works with a glass master which creates a stamper and subsequently loaded onto an injection molding machine that makes discs. 
Apart from this basic difference in operations, replicating and duplicating involves difference in costs as well and have some particular advantages and disadvantages over each other. Replication is likely to cost more than duplicated discs in several situations; however they can be cheaper if the count ranges in up to 1000. Higher the count of discs, lesser would be the cost involved which is not in the case of duplication. If you are considering and weighing your options regarding CD distribution, printing and copying; it is advisable to first consider how many CDs are actually needed and post this, decision can be made which service to go for.

By ascertaining and knowing the differences between replication and duplication, one can make a prudent decision about which kind of service to go for. Further, this can be the most suitable way of getting work done for independent distributers which doesn’t involve much cost and hassle. With several CD/DVD copies in hand, users can easily promote themselves in large gatherings and events and showcase their work too.

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