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Who do you use for CD duplication?

Hello everyone. 
Who do you use for CD duplication?  Any recommendations?



Christopher J McCafferty
Artistic Director, Illumni Men's Chorale
on September 22, 2013 6:21am
Myself - it's not difficult. How many?
on September 22, 2013 7:03am
QCA in Ohio. They did two projects for me that I was more than satisfied with. Everything from the production of the discs (and cassettes, back then) to the printing of the booklets. Very accommodating, helpful, professional, and affordable. They were recommended by the recording studio in Ann Arbor, Michigan that did the front part of the projects. After having dealt with David and Matthew from Brookwood Studio for the recording, I had every reason to trust them.
Phil Micheal
on September 22, 2013 7:09am
I'm probably an over-acheiver but I sing/record all the SSAA vocal tracks, (after recording piano tracks only with our accompanist), edit them, mix them, transfer them from Protools files to wav. files, make the play lists, then burn as many CD's as we have singers, which is over 40!
on September 22, 2013 3:10pm
Hundreds of them with custom labels and booklets, or just to duplicate a batch of CDs for temporary use?
on September 23, 2013 7:08am
I've use Noiseland here in Minneapolis for the Cantus recordings I've designed. They are really easy to work with, and have pretty competitive pricing compared to other companies I've checked. They also have a fairly small staff, which means you get get one on one service.
Discmakers is a good choice as a national company - they have a lot of option for packaging, and you can get really fast turnaround time if you need it. They also have a graphic design service, if you can't find someone to do that for you.

on September 24, 2013 6:18am
I've used Triple Disc in Fredricksburg, VA for several projects over many years and always been more than satisfied.
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