Steps involved in CD replication

CD replication is a method with which large quantities of CDs are produced and manufactured. As the CD replication process is much cheaper compared to other processes, most recording companies use this process when they are creating or releasing music albums of upcoming artists. Compact discs are popular storage mediums that are widely used by most media companies.

The CD replication process is a little different compared to the duplication process. This is because the information is already present on the CD. In simple words, CD replication is a process in which data from one master disc is copied onto other blank discs for making numerous copies of it. In the process of CD duplication, a glass master is created that contains all the information.

Once the glass master is created, polycarbonate plastic layers are used for protecting the information that is saved on it. After passing the quality test and screening process, the CD is then packaged for distribution purposes. In the CD replication process, the original master disc is mastered whereas all other copies are the replica of the master copy. If the songs require any finishing touches, they are adjusted with the help of CD mastering process.

The original master disc is generally used for creating the glass master and later on, stamps are made from this glass master. Injection molding is the next process. The injection molding step is generally used by the stamps in order to replicate identical copies from the master disc and thus the CD replication process is completed.

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