CD replication for producing large quantities of CDs

CD replication is a process by which large quantities of CDs are produced. The recording industry uses the CD replication technology in order to create and release music and video albums by performing artists. Most media companies and production houses understand the potential of the CD replication technique which is cost-effective compared to other techniques.

In simple terms, CD replication is a process in which information from a master disc is copied onto multiple copies. For large volumes of CDs, the process of CD replication is done with the help of a glass master. After completing the glass master process, the data is protected with polycarbonate plastic layers. Once the procedure is completed, CDs are tested and screened for quality and finally packed for distribution purposes.

Using the master disk, several other copies of CDs are replicated. In the mastering process, finishing touches and necessary adjustments of tracks and songs are done before the master CD is sent for the replication process. Next is the injection molding step in which advanced injection molding is used for generating identical copies of the original master disc.

After the preliminary master copy is prepared, it has to undergo the finalisation procedure. At the time of finalisation, the disc is coated with lacquer and reflective aluminium which helps to protect the surface and preserve the data stored within it. Once this procedure is done, the CDs can be sent for label printing. So, if you want to produce large quantities of discs, then opt for CD replication.

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