If you approve your artwork previews prior to 10:30 am our time (CD/DVD order production time starts after receiving master and artwork approval) then that day becomes day zero in the quoted days. For example if you are ordering a project with a quoted production time of 5 days and you approve the proof on Monday morning at 10:00 am Pacific time then Monday becomes day zero. Tuesday is day one and so on. Your project will be completed on the fifth business day after day zero, in this case that would be the following Monday, 5 business days after day zero. Order will be processed and ready to be shipped from our plant on the following day.
NOTE: All production times quoted are estimates. We try our best to make these times but don’t always get it done. Please allow for this when placing your order. Actual shipping time begins after production is finished. Please allow plenty of time for the production of your project. We cannot be responsible for missed deadlines.
“I have been a performer since 1965–with records in the Top Ten and a Grammy award, too. I’ve also composed music for many movies as well as performing on national TV shows such as “Tonight”. Abet Disc has facilitated me in many ways: manufacturing 2 CDs of my music, as well as making excellent DVDs of my movie and TV work. I thoroughly recommend this company. I have had nothing but excellent quality work as well as extreme politeness and thoughtfulness.” Ian Whitcomb
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In a few days, depending on the time frame selected, you will receive a professionally finished product that will be worthy of your talent. It really is that simple.
There is no doubt that musicians and filmmakers have been lucky enough to be blessed with a special gift that artistic ability that turns them into masters at their craft, whether it is by creating that song for the next hit CD or weaving a wonderful story for that next successful movie on DVD.
However, in order to produce a truly overall professional product of the highest quality, the technical side must be viewed as a final and critical step in the overall making of that CD or DVD, in essence, the finishing touch that will make it perfect.