GMCDR/DVDR series TERMS & CONDITIONS.

ALL GMCDRs and GMDVD-Rs ARE SOLD AS HOME PRODUCED NOT FACTORY PRINTED.

All the releases will be on home copied CDRs or DVD-Rs, with simple, also home produced, artwork. This means that although it should last for many years, the product is more susceptible to damage than a factory produced CD.

Do not allow any moisture to come into contact with the discs, the ink may run or smudge.

Try not to touch the printable surface. Although the disc and printing is reasonably durable and can be touched, they can show finger marks, especially with sweaty or damp hands.

If handled carefully and by the edges they should be fine.

There is no printing in the CDR booklet, so there is no need to remove it and look inside. The CDR booklets are also susceptible to finger marks.

The CDRs and DVD-Rs are copied on a home PC so the playing surface should also be treated with care and never touched. Always try to hold the discs by the edges.

If you intend to play the discs regularly or in the car then I advise you to make a second copy which can be handled without danger of damaging the original.

The cost of the CDRs/DVD-Rs reflects the time and effort which has gone into producing the CDRs/DVD-Rs and the rare nature of the recordings (some will be remastered in the studio from master tapes). Although the costs are a little higher than we would like, it is still a lot cheaper than most inferior bootlegs which have been available from naughty bootleggers.

PLEASE DO NOT MAKE COPIES TO GIVE AWAY OR SELL.

Additional DVD-R information

The DVDs are the DVD-R (minus R) format. This format is generally compatible with most home DVD players. I recommend finding out if your player will actually play recordable DVDs, as there are some which do not. The DVDs will almost always play on a computer but the quality is much better when viewed on a DVD player and television. Because of source tape and computer limitations the DVD is Region 2 PAL and therefore only playable in Region 2 areas or if your player or computer will play region 2 DVDs.

I generally use Bulkpaq printable DVD-Rs.

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