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    Default What's a good free program to design a CD Insert?

    I recently finished recording a bunch of songs at my home studio and want to design a CD cover by myself, inexpensively. Is there a cheap or free program that has the templates built in, so all you have to do is upload your artwork and CD info and print out the insert? That way, I can print them out as needed.

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    Or another cool way is to get an inkjet printer that prints right on the CD.
    Epson make some.

    by the way, do I get a CD to listen to?
    Terry

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    Thanks for both your inputs. I found a good program for designing the jewel case insert at audiolabel.com, and I'll probably use my lightscribe-enabled CD burner for the CD label. The Epson sounds neat. I'll have to look into that.

    It'll be a while before I release a CD, but you can hear some of my stuff at the following link: http://www.gilanet.com/silverweb/radio/

    Be warned, it's pretty left-wing political.

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    Default Deep burner is good as well.

    It gives you the ability to have a splash screen come up if the CD is inserted into a PC so you can customize the look of the outside and inside of your CD. Great for track lists that you can click on to play or multiple power point presentations...

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