ODME's DSR Mastering system Turns Replicators into one-stop CD/DVD shops

Block, Debbie Galante
June 1999
EMedia Professional;Jun99, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p37
Academic Journal
Introduces the mastering system called Direct Stamper Recording (DSR) developed by the ODME which is the manufacturing division of Toolex Europe. Price of DSR; Two traditional methods of mastering; Difference between mastering the conventional way and mastering with DSR.


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