CD replication – popularly used in recording industry

CD is an abbreviation of Compact Disc. A CD is an optical disc that is used to store all the digital data. It was originally developed to store digital audio. CD has been available since October 1982 and ever since it is used as a standard physical medium to record audio. The standard diameter of a compact disc is 120mm. It has a capacity of holding about 80 minutes of audio. There is also a mini CD available with a diameter ranging about 60 to 80mm that can hold music of up to 24 minutes.

This technology was further used for various data storage purposes, like to write and store once it is termed as CD-R, Super Audio CD (SACD), rewritable media CD-RW, Video Compact Disc (VCD), Photo CD, PictureCD, Super Video Compact Disc (SVCD) etc.

Ever since the compact was introduced, it has been the most popular medium to store digital data. For commercial audio recording purposes, CDs are used as standard play back format. Its speed, versatility, low cost production and easy to use features are some of the factors due to which CDs are extensively used worldwide. CD replication is a process in which large quantities of CDs are produced. The CD replication process is used in the recording industry, where they have to create and release thousands of CDs of music albums that are performed by various artists.

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