What is a DDP Image?
A DDP image is a file version of your CD that you send to a CD Manufacturer from which they replicate your CD. Its contains the Sequence of songs, and all CD-Text. DDP images are the safest and easiest method of delivering your album to your CD Manufacturer
I will create a DDP image for you ready for CD Replication
The following is needed to create DDP Image:
- Artist Name
- Album Name
- Track Names
- The order you want each song to feature on CD
- ISRC code
- Mastered Tracks (44.1Khz 16bit WAV)
A DDP image requires specific software to be opened which most people wont have access to. I will supply you with a free DDP player compatible with Windows and Mac.
The DDP Player lets you:
- Audition DDP as a CD
- Burn A CD from application
- See all CD-Text Data
Your order will be delivered in a ZIP file. Once you have approved the DDP, you can forward on to your chosen CD Manufacturer.
CDDB Submission: Your CD is registered with Gracenote so CD text appears when your CD is inserted in computer drives.
Download DDP Order Form: https://mab.to/cvyqdcDh7
A DDP image is a file version of your CD that you send to a CD Manufacturer from which they replicate your CD. Its contains the Sequence of songs, and all CD-Text. DDP images are an errorless format and are the safest and easiest method of delivering your album to your CD Manufacturer.
A DDP Image is recommended for all customers who intend on replicating their CD.
Audio CDs always contain uncompressed PCM stereo audio at a sample rate of 44.KHz, 16-bit rate. Only mastered audio files at 44.1Khz_16bit should be provided. CD limit of 90 min,
No. The audio remains as you intended.
The ISRC (International Standard Recording Code) is the international identification for sound recordings. Each ISRC is a unique identifier for a specific recording. Encoded ISRC provide the means to automatically identify recordings for royalty payments.
A UPC (Universal Product Code) or EAN (International Article Number) is a unique code used to identify a product, such as an album or single. A UPC/EAN barcode is the standard method of tracking digital and physical music sales.
CDDB, short for Compact Disc Database, is a database for software applications to look up audio CD information over the Internet. I submit your CD information to Gracenotes CD database so when your listeners insert your CD into their computers CD drive, your CD information will appear.
I provide you with a free DDP player application contained within your DDP Image folder. Open the DDP player to check CD Text is all in order,and preview audio and audio spacing between tracks.Once you have checked and are happy your DDP image is correct, you can forward it to your CD Manufacturer