I’m doing a music CD, can I send you my mp3s and you make a master?
Usually this question comes from the belief that time and money can be saved by not sending a physical master. Can we do this? – yes. Does it save time or money? – no.
If you do insist on doing this there is a charge to download mp3s – convert to .wav and then make a physical master. Plus before we will duplicate or replicate we will send you the disc for you to listen to to ensure song order and overall sound.
For you to transmit even a full disk image, you still don’t know what we’re receiving on our side. And if we were to accept and not ask you to confirm, who would you expect to pay to redo your duplication or replication if you didn’t like what you got? If the answer is CDMaker – then send in a physical CD that you’ve listened to and are 100% certain you want more just like it. You’ll save time and money for sure.
I’m doing a CD-ROM, can I send you my documents and you make a master?
While there isn’t a sound element, typically its just a few files, the same possibility of error exists. We do not open each file and check it to ensure that it did not get corrupted in the transmission. If you do insist that this be done for you there is a charge to open and check and open up each document and then create a master and send it to you for verification.