Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker

There are number of good CD/DVD label designers on the market, but Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker is a cut above in terms of flexibility, learning curve, and ease of use.

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  • Expert Rating

    4.00 / 5
  • User Rating

    3.50 / 5 (of 3 Reviews)

Pros

  • Flexible, easy to use

Cons

  • No template for sleeves

Bottom Line

Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker worked perfectly in our tests. We especially liked the direct import of iTunes playlists for printing and the support for Lightscribe. Other than the lack of a template for sleeves, Acoustica CD/DVD Label Printer is a top-notch labelling design tool.

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There are number of good CD/DVD label designers on the market, but Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker is a cut above in terms of flexibility, learning curve, and ease of use.

Everything you need is either right in front of you or available via right-click context menus. Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker also supports any number of different jewel cases, inserts, and labels.

The only thing we missed was the ability to design disc sleeves (although Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker does print sleeve labels), which are what we've switched to from jewel cases to save space. You can of course futz this by inserting a white circle into the layout to cover where the window area of the sleeve will be, but that's hardly optimal.

We like some of Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker's bundled artwork, but much it was rather run-of-the-mill.

Buying Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker, however, gets you access to a lot more content that you can download free of charge. There's also some pay-per-pack content which, as you might guess, is bit more professional in appearance. However, more artistic users can skip the downloads altogether, as Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker lets import your own artwork.

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Anita G.

1

This program worked well for a while but then the print colors were off and the labels looked terrible with black looking like light blue and streaks throughout. After trying to contact their support department which is terrible I gave up and am looking for a new program. I heard Avery was a good one and they have live people fir support.

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Peter O'Malley

1.5

1

Pros
Nothing
Cons
Acoustica Label Maker
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I bought the acoustica label maker and found it adequate. The trouble happened when I my computer was attacked and I cleaned it out. In the process I lost Acoustica and applied for a copy of my registration number to re-install. This was forthcoming but the instructions to do so were impossible to cary out. I have contacted them 3 times to find out why and have received no response. pretty obvious to me they are scammers and/or incompetents. Be careful using them.

jose ruiz rodriguez

4.0

2

Pros
bueno
Cons
idioma español
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tenia que dar opcion en los titulos para ponerlos con bordes de colores

Brett Glynn

4.5

3

Pros
Easy and Fun To Use
Cons
Not enough artwork variety
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I was previously using my Epson CD Print software to design my CD artwork. But when I came across Acoustica CD/DVD label Maker, I fell in love with the programme. Now I spend hours a day just making potenial CD artworks and saving them for future use. I've had to re-make alot of my old CD-R's as I really love the capabilities that this programme offers. I NOW also make the slim jewel case artwork for the CD's as well, whereas previously I would only make the CD label and put the tracklisting onto the disc, which made it hard to see the track title if the CD was being played.
There are many different layers and designs to choose from, but I would love to see more nature-theme designs released, such as storms, lightning, clouds, sunshine, trees, deserts, snow, beach, country towns. Also more realistic pictures and artwork should be released such as water, weather, fire, walls, and physical items. As new release designs should be available offen!.

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