Duplication vs. Replication

Duplication (less than 500)

Duplicated discs (often called burned discs) are made by burning tiny holes in the dye layer of a recordable CDR or DVDR. It is the same process as when you burn a disc on your home computer. This is more cost effective for small runs and takes much less time to produce.

Replication (more than 500)

Replicated discs (often called pressed discs) are made by first creating a glass master, then stampers that make exact clones using high-tech injection-molding. A coat of reflective aluminum is added and finally it gets sealed with a protective coat of lacquer hardened by ultraviolet light. Because of this extensive set up process, it is common to require a minimum of 500 discs for replication.


Cd Bulk100$ 100.00
200$ 199.00
300$ 285.00
400$ 340.00
500$ 375.00

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Disc Content

A digital pdf proof will be emailed to you

you can add sleeve or case to your bulk cd duplication

International Standard Recording Codes (ISRCs) are an internationally recognised system to identify recorded music tracks and music videos.

the International Standard Recording Code (ISRC) system is the international system for the identification of recorded music and music videos. Each ISRC is a unique identifier that can be permanently encoded into a recording or music video. Encoded ISRCs automatically identify recordings for PPL payments.

PPL is the appointed sole agency for ISRCs in the UK. You should request an ISRC 'stem' (or first registrant code) when you become a PPL recording rightsholder member. This stem is three letters allocated in sequence from PPL's database that are specific to each recording rightsholder member.

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