Questions and answers

How much does CD printing cost?

How much does CD printing cost?

CD or DVD packaging, including copied discs and professionally printed sleeves, typically costs from 50 cents-$3 per copy. These prices are for bulk orders of 100 to 1,000 copies, and rates vary based on the type of packaging used and the size of the order.

Can you order a custom CD?

At only $4.62 per custom CD (includes physical CD, three songs and packaging), plus 88 cents for each additional song, customers can easily select tunes from an extensive, multi-genre catalog, personalize the CD title and packaging from a variety of images, and ship it to their address.

How much does it cost to press 500 CDs?

CD Production & Pricing

Quantity CD-R On-disc color label 2 Panel Glossy Cardboard Sleeve Bulk CD On-disc color label No Inserts
200-299 $3.50
300-499 $3.30 $1.25
500-699 $2.95 $1.00
700-1000 $2.50 $0.80

What happened easy disc?

EasyDisc has recently closed and is no longer in operation. After many years serving artists and businesses, some of their clients, unfortunately, have been left with their projects suspended.

How do I get my CD in stores?

Visit local independent music stores and ask if they’ll consider stocking your CD. If you have a good local following, they’ll be more likely to consider it since their risk is minimal. If you haven’t built up a local audience, ask if the store will take a few copies on consignment. Offer the store a 50/50 split.

Does anyone buy CDs anymore?

Surprisingly, many record shops still buy and sell used CDs, as do some used-book stores. Bob Fuchs, general manager of The Electric Fetus in Minneapolis, said used sales have held strong even while new CDs have tanked because “they’re so cheap now, you can go home with four or five new albums for about $20.”

How do I release my own CD?

Here are ten tips to successfully launching a new album

  1. Create awareness for the album while it’s still in the works.
  2. Release a single 1-3 months in advance of the release.
  3. Shoot a music video.
  4. Make your single ubiquitous.
  5. Alert the press!
  6. Line up distribution for your album.
  7. Revamp your website.

Where can I distribute my music?

The Best Music Distribution Services

  • Amuse. Amuse gets your music onto all the music stores and streaming platforms that matter, like Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Tidal, Amazon Music, Deezer, Google Music, Shazam and YouTube.
  • Distrokid.
  • CD Baby.
  • Tunecore.
  • Ditto.
  • Record Union.
  • Spinn Up.
  • AWAL.

How do you physically sell your music?

You could use a Bandcamp page to sell your merchandise, which is where a lot of users actually go to buy physical music. CD baby is a distributor that works to put your physical music in independent stores worldwide. Bleep is another good artist-friendly option to sell your music.