We at DiscZone have decided that we would like to share all of the work we do for our clients. So from now on we would like to formally welcome you to the DiscZone client project space. Here you will be able to see some of the fantastic artwork which we and our clients have been designing and some of the best duplication projects created here at DiscZone.
Check back at the CD Duplication resource centre soon to see the first projects uploaded.
Windows 8 is getting closer to being reality for PC users. The beta downloads are not quite available to the general public, but there is word on the street that the operating system will be an early 2012 product launch.
With lots of new features and a whole new look that is touch screen friendly, Microsoft is betting heavily on Windows 8 pulling more users away from considering their competitions products. One of the features to be included is a new CD\DVD burning set up. Continue reading
We live in a world that is concerned about the environment. People are being more careful about the things that they do. It makes sense that this mindset would eventually reach the world of music reproduction. In this case, we are talking about CDs and the process of duplication.
Making an environmentally friendly compact disc is not an easy task. The very materials that are used to make them are not compatible with nature. However, there are some things that can be done to make the duplication process greener.
When designing your CD artwork it is important to get it right. Heck… if you don’t then you have to live with it for at least one batch of CD’s! This is why we often find that many clients prefer to have their artwork design process done for them. This is especially popular when the finished product needs to be very corporate. However, for some the cost involved in getting artwork professionally designed can be too much. So to help you out, here is our list of top tips to help you with the designing process of your artwork. Continue reading
For many CD and DVD duplication jobs the preferred printing type will either be thermal printing or inkjet printing. However, many people do not understand the true differences between the two and will often go for the cheapest method. However, there is a famous little saying – You get what you pay for! Continue reading
Welcome to the new DiscZone resourcse centre blog. Here we be offering resources and information which we feel will be beneficial to help you decide your CD Duplication spesifications.