Production of the cd

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Production of the cd

  1. 1. Production of the CD
  2. 2. Production of the CD To start off with, I downloaded a CD template. Once installed, I then matched the colour of the inlay to the CD.
  3. 3. Production of the CD Secondly, I opened the colour pallet and chose a colour for the background – what the CD sits on. Instead of going for a jet black, I decided to go for a dark colour but with a hit of red.
  4. 4. Production of the CD Whilst doing research, I found most CD’s have some sort of Copyright. Therefore, when downloading the CD I made sure a copyright was included. This allowed me to include a copyright, which I then changed the colour to red to match the theme of the album and make it my own by adding our record label name.
  5. 5. Production of the CD I wrote the word ‘TORN’ again the in font ‘Trash’. This is simply because its used on the other ancillary texts. I kept the same colour as the CD Cover and gave the same embedded look.
  6. 6. Production of the CD I wrote the artists name ‘Amy Piner’ again the in font ‘Monotype Corsiva’.This is simply because its used on the other ancillary texts. I kept the same colour as the CD Cover and added the shadow too, however, this time a slight less shadow effect.
  7. 7. After the production process – Final CD

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