Top 10 CD/DVD labelling software

Acoustica logoWhen I was a kid, making my own music compilations involved recording the Top 40 off Radio 1 and then making sure I hit pause before the DJ butted in. Labelling involved nothing more than a white label saying “Top 40” and maybe drawing a picture on the box. Nowadays, the whole labelling process is a lot more sophisticated. You can even reproduce copies of original album covers in pretty good detail although of course, we don’t advocate piracy of copyrighted material.

  • Music Label 2007 – Export your playlists to XML, Excel or text for insertion in your album
  • Discus – Create curved and angled texts for your CD’s
  • Avery Design Pro – Create everything from CD and DVD labels to business cards
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