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Old 11-24-2019, 07:16 AM
Scott Whigham Scott Whigham is offline
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Originally Posted by MikeBmusic View Post
Be aware that you are too late to try to get a CD out for this Christmas.
Agree that Nov 16 is a bit late to get the ball rolling. Finding the right studio/producer, getting booked on their calendar for tracking, then again for mixing and/or overdubs, then waiting to get the mixes alone would take a month at best I would think, given where you are starting from. Then you will still need those mastered - another 2-4 weeks. Then you send the artwork and tracks to CD company for printing - another 3 weeks. You can compress the time scale a bit by having the studio also master, or finding an all in one company (tracking, mixing, mastering, printing). I didnít include things like artwork or buying the necessary bar codes for sale in retail outlets.
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