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We provide a local company with a master CD and artwork, and they provide us
with CDs. Very simple. The master is burned here by whoever
(seriously--usually IT does it, but if they're not available, I do it, or my
boss, or whoever!) I check the master to make sure it works like it's
supposed to, and it's sent out.
If you have only a few to do, it's cheaper/easier to invest in a CD burner
and do it yourself. If you have a lot, it's pretty simple to find a local
company who will do it for you. Usually you can e-mail the files with a
description of the file structure, or you can make them available on a
company FTP site if you're so inclined.
Most higher-end "copy shops" will do this. I'd just check some out in your
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