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Update on the Record-Producer.com call for CDs

Did you send in a CD to Record-Producer.com? Here's an update on how things are going.

This is just a short message to Audio Masterclass visitors who sent in CDs.

We now have a huge pile of CDs and we have started listening. Our sole criterion is whether a CD sounds, looks and feels like a professional piece of work.

So whatever your style of music, if your CD matches the criterion then it will get through to the next stage.

The next stage is where we will contact you with our offer, which will not involve any expense or commitment from you. All we want to do is help you sell more CDs, which is presumably why you made them in the first place!

So although the process may seem slow, we are working our way through. I don't expect to making any further announcements until musicians are contacted. So if things seem quiet, don't worry. All is going to plan.

It's still not too late to send in a CD. You can find the information here.

By David Mellor Thursday November 30, 2006