How to make your own CDs

Weiman, Liza
April 1992
Macworld;Apr92, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p158
Discusses the manufacturing and production of CD ROMs. No physical difference between audio CD and CD ROM software. Can be as simple as collecting all your material on a large hard drive and then sending that drive to a CD manufacturing facility. The design process; The production process; Desktop encoder/recorder systems. INSET: Recordable CDs..


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