Creating a Classical Music Mix Collection

Written by CD Duplication Plus

You are ready to start a collection of classical music and composers and want to do some CD copying to back up your collection. CD copying is a good idea when you own a copy ofrepparttar CD and want an extra copy in case of loss or you want to make a mixed CD.

If you are interested in making a mix CD using classical CDs, here are some suggestions.

Using your CD copying equipment start with a mix of old favorites.

1. Bach- Brandenburg Concerto no. 5

2. Beethoven- Piano Concerto no. 5 and Symphonies no. 5 and 9

3. Bizet- Carmen Suites 1 and 2

4. Dvorak- Symphony no. 9 in E minor

5. Gershwin- Rhapsody in Blue

6. Greig- Piano Concerto in A minor

7. Handel- Messiah

8. Haydn- Symphony no. 94 in G major

9. Mendelssohn- Symphony no. 4 in A major

10.Mozart- Piano Concerto no. 2 in C minor

11.Rachmaninoff- Piano Concerto no. 2 in C minor

12.Ravel- Bolero


14.Rodrigo- Concierto de Aranjuez

15.Tchaikovsky- Symphony no. 6

16.Verdi- Requiem

17.Wagner- Flying Dutchman Overture

This would make a good mix of classical music and you can do this easily using your CD copying software.

You may also want to have some background information onrepparttar 124126 composers. If you have CD copying software you will be able to find CDs that have that kind of information and make copies of them.

Dvorak started his musical training playingrepparttar 124127 fiddle with his father. He had a wonderful childhood filled with country music and dance. He was notrepparttar 124128 usual musician because he was mild mannered and didn’t seem to haverepparttar 124129 emotional problems so many other composers faced. Dvorak had six children, raised pigeons and had simple tastes. He came to America in 1892 atrepparttar 124130 age of 51 but only stayed three years. He wrote several symphonies and serenades.

CD/DVD Master Preparation Tips

Written by Adam Platzer

“CD/DVD Master” isrepparttar disc you provide to your CD/DVD vendor for replication or duplication of that media. Here are some helpful tips for creating a high quality master:

·Always use high quality media. All media is notrepparttar 124125 same. Do your research and choose a brand that will produce a high quality disc consistently. ·Avoid burning from a network source. If your source files are on a network drive, copyrepparttar 124126 files to your local hard drive before burning a disc. If you cannot moverepparttar 124127 files to your local drive, please userepparttar 124128 “Copy To Hard Drive First” feature. Your burning software will create a temporary image file duringrepparttar 124129 burning process. Whenrepparttar 124130 burn is complete,repparttar 124131 temporary file is deleted. ·Avoid burning on a laptop computer running on battery power. Fluctuations in available power may yield poor results. ·Always “Finalize” your disc. If you userepparttar 124132 drag and drop interface that is built into some operating systems (Windows XP), be sure to select “finalize disc”. This will increaserepparttar 124133 “read” compatibility in other CD-ROM drives. ·Don’t use packet-writing method to burn master disc. This method is most common with burner drives that have “re-write” capabilities. It is similar torepparttar 124134 “drag-and-drop” method described above. This burn method produces discs that cannot be read on many CD-ROM drives. We cannot accept a master that is burned to a ReWritable (CD-/+RW or DVD+RW) disc.

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