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Physical media connects us to our fans like no stream ever could. So create something meaningful—something memorable—and leave your fans with a memento they’ll cherish forever.
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Make it last
Hand out physical media your fans can hold onto forever.
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Transform your music into a one-of-a-kind experience fans can take home.
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We've supported more than a million indie artists, filmmakers, and creators over 70+ years of business. You can count on us to help you finish a professional project that makes a connection.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is CD duplication vs replication?
One of the best ways to connect with your fans is to provide them with physical media – and yes, we’re talking CDs. But how exactly are your music files copied onto discs? By either duplication or replication.
CD replication, or CD pressing, is the most common way to manufacture CDs. Replicating discs means molding them from plastic pellets, starting by creating a metal stamper that essentially contains your music or video that will go on the disc. This process is very efficient, with content molded onto a disc every 3-4 seconds! Because of all the setup that’s required for this process, replicated discs are typically preferred for larger quantities.
CD duplication, on the other hand, is a better choice when you need less than 300 discs. You might be familiar with the term “burning CDs” – which is essentially what we’re doing in this process. Our automated duplicators can burn multiple discs at once, and we’ll print your discs using either an industrial inkjet printer or silkscreen printing.
Where can I make a custom CD?
Right here at Disc Makers! We offer plenty of options to order just the right number of CDs you need for your upcoming gig or to sell on your merch page. No matter what genre of music you play, we have your CD manufacturing covered.
We also specialize in making custom DVDs, USBs, and much more. Physical media is important now more than ever, and it’s important to express your branding through a product your customer or fan can take home forever. At Disc Makers, it’s our mission to empower artists to do what they love – and since 1946, we’ve been doing just that!
How much does it cost to make a custom CD case?
Making a custom CD case to distribute your music is a huge part of your branding as an artist – not to mention, a great way to get heard. Having CDs handy at your gigs helps you to create fans for years to come. And we’ll create your custom CD cases, at affordable rates, right here at Disc Makers.
You can choose from several different options, as well. Our eco-friendly Digipaks® show off a sleek look that will be sure to stand out, while our jewel cases with custom inserts provide the classic look of CDs your fans know and love.
Are CDs coming back?
Just like vinyl records and 90s fashion trends, CDs are finding their way back into our hearts and homes. Not to mention, CDs are still one of the best ways for artists to promote their music and send fans home with your music. On a CD, your songs don’t have a chance of getting lost in the literal shuffle of streaming platforms, giving your fanbase an even bigger way to expand and grow.
But don't just take our word for it! Check out what some recent articles and reports have stated about the "CD revival" and what’s in store for the future of the compact disc.