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Old 05-31-2017, 10:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Idly checking for low-volume CD printers.

Very slowly working on an album. And decided I want maybe a couple dozen to send to friends, family, and people that have given me advice.
Anyone know, off the top of their head, a place that will make packages like the singles and demos bands used to hand out, relatively inexpensive? I don't need 100, just like 20 or so?
Or, failing that, anyone know if there are still any basic print-on-disc CD burners on the market?
Or even just which format is compatible with players these days. If nothing else, I'll head down to Office Depot with a pack of CD labels and some blank case inserts, and burn the discs myself at home.
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Dang. My office just threw a Microboards Orbit II in the recycling when we moved buildings. "Who uses CDs anymore" we thought.
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Dang. My office just threw a Microboards Orbit II in the recycling when we moved buildings. "Who uses CDs anymore" we thought.
See, this is why I think about things so long before doing them.
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