Considerations regarding CD replication

If you are a fresh talent in the music industry, you must be really excited about your first album. You may have a number of plans on how to design the look of your album, the music that you would want to add, the graphics and many other aspects of it. With so much to do it is time for you to consider the CD replication process to make large number of discs with all your work on each one.

CD replication is a process that calls for your undivided attention, not only in terms of what is on your CD, but also when it comes to the laws of licencing and copyright. You need to keep a check on all these issues before you offer your CD for replication, as violating these laws can get you into serious trouble.

As CD replication gives you an exact replica of the original CD, instead of just duplicating it, it is important for you to obtain a licence for every song that is copied from elsewhere. CD replication companies today are very strict about copyright laws, not allowing you to replicate someone else’s work for the fear of being closed down by the International Recording Media Association (IRMA).

Once you have lawfully completed the process of CD replication for your work, you can approach retail stores. Replicated CDs are the only CDs that can be sold in retail stores, therefore selling illegal or duplicated material is curbed to a large extent.

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