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Post Christmas Clear Out at ProCopy Morley

Hi Folks,

Just a quick heads up about a quickie sale with loads of interesting stuff!


We're calling it Our Post Christmas Clear Out  and it's on this Saturday - more details follow this link -



Press Release from ISC - Reopens Holiday Promo


Music's Top Celebrities and Industry Execs To Judge ISC 2016, including Chris Cornell, Tom Waits, Lorde, Joe Bonamassa, Ziggy Marley, India Arie, Marti Maguire (Dixie Chicks), Hardwell, and Many More

December 20, 2016 - Nashville, TN, USA... In the spirit of the upcoming holidays, ISC is reopening submissions from December 14th to January 2nd for its annual Stocking Stuffer, and the fee is a discounted $25 per entry. All entries will also be automatically entered into the ISC 2016 competition and will be eligible for all ISC prizes, including a Grand Prize valued at over $70,000 (this includes $25,000 in cash). Songs may be submitted online or by mail. Entry forms and more information can be found at This will be the last opportunity to enter ISC 2016.

Previous winners have included artists such as: Vance Joy, Gotye, Kimbra, Gin Wigmore, The Band Perry, Passenger, Bastille, Kasey Chambers, Gregory Porter, Lindsey Stirling, and many more. 

Three Stocking Stuffer winners will be selected and win prizes that include cash and merchandise. All entrants will receive 100 free spins from Radio Airplay. Additionally, all Stocking Stuffer entrants will be eligible to win the overall ISC prizes which include over $150,000 in cash, merchandise, and services. ISC is open to amateur and professional songwriters from all over the world, including bands and solo performers. 

Categories include: AAA (Adult Album Alternative); AC (Adult Contemporary); Americana; Blues; Children's Music; Comedy/Novelty; Country; EDM; Folk/Singer-Songwriter; Christian; Instrumental; Jazz; Latin Music; Lyrics Only; Music Video; Performance; Pop/Top 40; R&B/Hip-Hop; Rock; Teen; Unpublished; World Music; and Unsigned Only.

ISC judges:

Recording Artists: Chris Cornell; Lorde; Tom Waits; Ziggy Marley; American Authors; Donovan; Bastille; Joe Bonamassa; Martie Maguire (Dixie Chicks); Keane; Hardwell; India Arie; Kaskade; Danilo Perez; Jay Farrar (Son Volt / Uncle Tupelo); Vijay Iyer; Sara Evans; Afro Celt Sound System; Jesse & Joy; Gerald Casale (Devo); Mike Stern; Carlos Vives; Joy Williams (Civil Wars); Rickie Lee Jones; Ray Benson (Asleep At The Wheel); Ana Barbara; Salif Keita; John Mayall; Fat Joe; Luis Fonsi; Art Alexakis (Everclear); Nicholas Gunn; Ryan Bingham; Amadou & Mariam; Jordan Feliz; Matt Maher; Mariana Vega; Far East Movement; and Femi Kuti.

Industry Executives: Craig Kallman (Chairman/CEO, Atlantic Records); Dan McCarroll (President, Warner Bros. Records); Seymour Stein (Chairman / CEO, Sire Records); Ed Vetri (President, Wind-Up Records); Craig Balsam (Owner, Razor & Tie/Washington Square/Kidz Bop); Daniel Glass (President, Glassnote Records); Steve Yegelwel (Senior Vice-President, Island Records); John Esposito (Chariman & CEO, Warner Music Nashville); Afo Verde (Chairman, Sony Music Latin); Jason McArthur (VP of A&R, Provident Label Group / Sony Music Entertainment); Bruce Iglauer (Founder/President, Alligator Records); John Burk (President, Concord Label Group); Angel Carrasco (Latin Music Consultant / Producer); Aaron Bay-Schuck (President of A&R, Interscope Records); Richard Stumpf (CEO, Atlas Publishing); Steve Greenberg (CEO, S-Curve Records); Mike Flynn (Sr. VP of A&R, Capitol Records); Gordon Kerr (CEO, Black River Entertainment); Nate Albert (EVP of A&R, Capitol Records); Kim Buie (VP of A&R, New West Records); Richard Gottehrer (Founder / Chief Creative Officer, The Orchard); Albert Schilcher (VP of Music and Music Marketing, MTV International); Nick Burgess (Sr. VP of A&R, Virgin / EMI); Josh Bailey (Sr. VP of A&R, Word Entertainment); and many more.

ISC is sponsored by: Adam Professional Audio, Berklee College of Music, Big Joe Stomp Box Company, CAD Audio, Celebrity Access, D'Addario, Dark Horse Institute, Disc Makers, Gauge Precision Instruments, Gig Salad, Graph Tech, Irie Magazine, Klotz, LANDR, Lewitt, Lowden Guitars, Lurssen Mastering, Marshall, Merch Cat, Musicians Institute, oneRPM, OWC, PRA Audio,, Sweetwater, and Thalia


Production Music Rate Card for 2017 Apra_Amcos

The new Production Music Rate card from Apra/Amcos has now been released for 2017 and is available for download from our website

Click Here to Download Production Music Rate Card 


or here on the Apra Amcos Website:



10 answers for your Important CD production questions

Now celebrating over 28 years helping our customers with producing their products, we've produced literally 100,000s of audio Cassettes, Video tapes, CDs, dvds and USBs.

Here's some answers to the most popular questions we get from our clients with regards to replicated CD projects.

Q: How much is shipping? $30? $50? $150?

A: it's free when picked up from our facility located in the Perth Metro area.  For interstate clients it's typically $50.00 to a major city metro area, and maybe be slightly more to a regional area. (We'll always let you know first) and of course we'll always help out with large orders

Q: Do you offer cardboard CD packaging?

A: An estimated 80% of our work now is card sleeve based, We have a wide variety of packaging options including card pockets, mailers, digipacks and gatefold sleeves. With a choice of finishes. 

Q: How thick is the card stock?

A: We don't like the thin card stock so always go for stock around 320-380gsm. We find it stands up well to the rigours of road transport and regular use by the customers.  Aswell as being great to print and economical for the budget.

Q: Do we use recycled &/or sustainable forest stock for CD packaging?

A: Tip: Some printers will say plantation paperstock is more environmentally friendly than recycled stock. This is not alwasy the case.  We do offer this range if required, However have found that it's generally a more expensive option so there might not be the budget for it.

Q: If printing Digipaks  Do our trays have ‘teeth’ or a ‘push button’?

A: Our trays use a push style release which is easy on the disc. and tend to be more durable with repeated use.

Q: Do you charge for minor artwork corrections?
A: We check provided artwork for problems and give our clients to the opportunity to fix them up. We may charge a small feel for artowrk adjustments if the client can't bring it up to specification.  We have a comptehensive list of artwork tips and templates on our website.

Q: How fast is the CD project turned around?
A: Replicated CD projects will depend on the print, packaging and freight requirements, But typically 8-12 working days. Tip: Plan your launch for at least 2 weeks after the estinated delivery date.

Q: Do you use vegetable based inks?
A: Yes, Vegetable based inks don’t release VOC’s (unlike traditional inks).

Q: What format do you require for the artwork?
A: Print optimised pdfs are fairly universal these days but we'll also take PSD files if all the elements are provided.  Don't forget to ask for our artwork templates to use when designing your art or take them off our website.

Q: What format do you require for the audio master?
A: Send a master disc ( That has been checked ), or a disc image file (DDP), If you send individual WAV files we will have to create a CD master a ref copy for you to check and a DDP for production. This takes time so there will be additional charges.



ISC Extended Deadline to NOV 4th

here to enter!
Judges Include Chris Cornell, Lorde, Tom Waits, Joe Bonamassa,
 Bastille, India Arie, Donovan, Ziggy Marley,Martie Maguire (Dixie Chicks), Fat Joe, Jesse & Joy, Hardwell,and Many More

Are you looking for an opportunity to have your music heard by the some of the most successful artists in the world and top record label executives? Do you want to further your music career and gain exposure and recognition?

Entering ISC offers the opportunity for your music to be heard by an elite panel of recording artists and music executives who are the decision makers that can influence and launch an artist's career. Winning ISC is a distinction that has propelled many artists to achieve greater success, including getting record and publishing deals, licensing agreements, gigs, and much more. Past winners have included:Vance Joy; Bastille; Gotye; Lindsey Stirling; Kimbra; The Band Perry; Andrew Bird; Passenger; Gin Wigmore; Missy Higgins; King Charles; For King And Country; and many more.

The ISC deadline to enter is right around the corner, so enter your songs now! ISC is open to amateur and professional songwriters and offers 23 categories of music for you to enter. A total of 71 winners will share in more than $150,000 in cash and prizes, including an overall Grand Prize consisting of $25,000(US)cash and much more in merchandise and services.