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CD Labels

CD Labels and CD Labeling have been hot topics since the first recordable disc was introduced. There are basically four ways to label a recordable disc.

You can use printed paper cd labels, you can have the discs screen printed, you can use a specially equipped desk-top printer, or you can use a marker. Each of these methods has an appropriate use depending on how the disc is to be used. For instance, I don’t think you’d want to send out one thousand discs to various radio stations with your band and song name hand written on the disc. Come on, it’s 2005. People expect nice looking cd’s; even if they are printed on a desk top printer.

Paper Labels – The Good and Bad
When to print directly to a disc
CD Cover Art
Labeling Tips
CD Label Templates

Also see Information on buying cd sleeves and jewel case inserts.

Do you need information on cd printing? How about learning more about the history of the compact disc?