Re: How to package your CDs


Subject: Re: How to package your CDs
From: miriam clinton (iriXx) (iriXx@iriXx.org)
Date: Wed Jul 28 2004 - 10:48:17 EDT


depends who you're sending them to.

if you're doing a remix for a well-known underground techno band, the
trendier graphic design the better - and employ a professional (even if
its a professional who is a mate).

mC~

Li-Chuan Chong wrote:

>Cheers, Kev!
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>Remember now, boys and girls, DO NOT LET A FANCY ARTWORK GET IN THE WAY OF
>CLARITY AND COMPREHENSIBILITY.
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>In Section 5. - Fancy artwork, you'll find...
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>http://www.learn.keele.ac.uk/03-04/ug-mod/mus/mus-130/packaging/pckgimages/a
>rtworkex1.jpg
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>Caption reads "Good fancy artwork - example":
>(Steve Bird is going to thank me now. '_' Don't take it personal.)
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>On the 'good fancy artwork' itself (which is good by the way), Steve wrote:
>"...on track 12 is my first attempt at a serious electroacoustic
>composition".
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>Now, with all the banter on "electroacoustics - rap to tap to zap to frap"
>etc. here's someone who believes that 'serious electroacoustic composition'
>exists, and attempted it for the first time.
>
>My question is, again shouldn't be taken personally, why belittle anything
>else that one does or had ever done as 'less serious', or even
>'non-serious'? In contrast, isn't those things leading up to one's "first
>attempt" to do anything seriously just as important, and thus equally
>'serious'?
>
>Or is it a case of YCBS (McEnroe et al.)?
>
>Chuan
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>>From: Kevin Austin <kevin.austin@videotron.ca>
>>Reply-To: cec-conference@concordia.ca
>>Date: Wed, 28 Jul 2004 09:16:13 -0400
>>To: cec-conference@concordia.ca, eamt@concordia.ca
>>Subject: How to package your CDs
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>>PACKAGING and SUBMITTING CDs FOR ASSESSMENT
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>>by Diego Garro - Department of Music, 2004.
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>http://www.learn.keele.ac.uk/03-04/ug-mod/mus/mus-130/packaging/cdpackaging.
>ht> m
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>>Best
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>>Kevin
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