Bands usually ask us where to send their final masters for manufacturing. So this post is about that. At SoundOps, we care about how your project turns out, and part of that is making sure you know where to get your CDs made after mastering.
I was talking to Mona at Disc Outlet over the weekend. She was explaining how they work as a broker to help bands get more product for their money. Her company does a great job with CD replication, but the reason why I recommend them is even more because of their customer service.
Mona was talking about laying a groundwork Online that promotes a great customer experience…
“I just appreciate when companies make it easy to do business – like your website (soundops.com) – simple and hassle-free…and Disc Outlet offers that to bands looking for quality CD manufacturing.“
A lot of you know my story in the music business – I just thought I had a knack for finding the companies that provided the worst service, but it turns out that most of the “professionals” out there just don’t give a rip about indie artists. So when I find a company that backs up their technical skills with actual communication skills, I tell everyone, because I remember what it was like to get jerked around as a recording artist, and I want you guys to have a better time of it than we did.
Disc Outlet is based in California, but don’t hold it against them. You’ll get the same stuff you’d find at Discmakers, but with the personal attention that just isn’t possible from one of the big duplication houses.
Check out Disc Outlet at mydiscoutlet.com – they’ll give you as few or as many killer-looking copies as you need, and make the whole process enjoyable. What more could you want?
Tell ‘em Will sent you, from SoundOps – and ask for Mona; she’ll hook you up.
And if you’ve only just finished recording, take a look at SoundOps for your audio mastering first, before you send it off to get copies made. You’ll be glad you did, and your fans (and fans-to-be) will hear the difference.