How I send my audio?

You can send your files to us digitally after you place your order in DDP format at 44.1kHz and 16 bit. 

The total time of your release can't be longer than 74 minutes of audio.

Please name your DDP file like this:

Order number + release name + product

Example:

#10006_myalbum_cardboard_wallet_duplication.ddp
#10006_myalbum_cardboard_wallet_duplication.zip

*You can also send your DDP file compressed as a ZIP file

 

WTF IS A DDP File?

A DDP image is a perfect copy of a CD with audio tracks, gaps, CD-text etc. A checksum guarantees the exact data transfer. Most CD these days are sent to the pressing plant as a DDP image. 

 

How I can create a DDP File? 



DDP files are fairly simple to create, you just need the right software.

The more popular software to do this is HOFA CD-Burn.DDP.Master

 

Using HOFA CD-Burn.DDP.Master you can create a DDP image with one mouse click that meets all professional standards!

With HOFA CD-Burn.DDP.Master you can not only create and burn red book compatible CDs but also add important additional information like CD-Text, ISRC and EAN codes to the CD.

 

Another option if you want a more complete solution to record, mix, master your tracks an also create your DDP file. You can get Presonus Studio One Professional

What if I don't want to send an DDP File? 



Also (even if we don't recommend it) you have the option to send us your audio as WAV or AIFF files adding to your cart our VIP TREATMENT service.



You should send your audio files as WAV / AIFF files in 44.1kHz and 16 bit. The total time of your release can't be longer than 74 minutes of audio.

We will make the track list according the information on this form, so PLEASE BE CAREFUL to avoid mistakes.

Please name your files like this:

Track number + name of the track + release name + order number.

Examples:

07_my_track_my_album_#10006.wav
03_my_track_my_album_#10008.aiff

ATTENTION!!

 

*We will duplicate exactly what you give us, so make sure you're satisfied with what you send. 

 

Will My Song Titles Appear When I Put My CD Into A Computer?


When album information is displayed on a computer, it is a result of your CD being registered with the Gracenote or AllMusic databases. The Gracenote database provides album information to the following media players: iTunes, WinAmp, Quintessential Media Player, and Finder (Mac OS).  The AllMusic database provides album information to the following media players: Windows Media Player, Rhapsody, and Real Music Player.

Gracenote RegistrationRegister using iTunes 12
AllMusic Registrationhttp://www.allmusic.com/product-submissions