CustomDisc: CD-R's overnight sensation (hit record)?

Nathans, Stephen F.
July 1998
EMedia Professional;Jul98, Vol. 11 Issue 7, p6
Academic Journal
Features Custom Revolutions, a company which uses CD-R technology to create CDs customized to music consumers' specifications. Company's offer of a legal way to have one's favorite selections recorded on a single CD; Company's efforts to market their concept to record companies.


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