Welcome to the MD Label Archive. This page contains the labels of every album I have recorded to MD. In order to use these labels, you must print them out on Avery White Full Sheet Labels (#8165), then cut them out and stick them to your minidiscs. For each album, there are three labels: one for the front of the disc, one for the slipcase, and one for the edge of the disc. These are sized perfectly for all Sony minidiscs and most others. Some discs, like TDK, have a smaller recessed area to put labels on (click here for a comparison), but they still work just fine if you put these sized labels on. The other two labels (slipcase and disc edge) fit fine. E-mail me at email@example.com if you find any other discs that they won't fit on. Enjoy the page and email me with any comments you have.
Minidisc Label News
- Enrique Hernanadez writes:
"www.neato.com/ or www.neato.com/sonymd now has software and minidisc
labels available for minidiscs.
I bought an 8-pack w/case Sony 80 minute minidiscs at Best Buy and the
case came with a free offer for the software and some labels by logging
on the neato website."
- An Avery spokesman has said that they will look into developing a minidisc label if they recieve enough demand. So everyone who reads this please e-mail them! I am working on getting a single e-mail address from Avery, because now they have twenty different addresses, depending on what catagory you think product development falls into. The original message was posted on the MiniDiscussion board.
- SureThing CD/MD labeling software allows you to print out graphics to fit a variety of removable media shapes, including MD. Several people have e-mailed me about it, and apparently it is very good for custom labels, but it doesn't include access to CDDB.
On the Way:
- Improved versions of old labels
- The Slim Shady LP - Eminem
- The Marshal Mathers LP - Eminem
- Greatest Hits - Raheem
And More . . .
To get these images (all in JPEG form), click on the album you want, and when the window loads up either click (for Mac) or right click (for Windows) and hold on the image, then select "Save As".
Greatest Hits - 2Pac
Greatest Hits - Queen
I am... - Nas
It's Dark and Hell is Hot - DMX
Kiss The Sky - Jimi Hendrix
Legend - Bob Marley and the Wailers
Listener Supported, Disc 1 - DMB
Listener Supported, Disc 2 - DMB
Live at Luther College, Disc 1 - DMB
Live at Luther College, Disc 2 - DMB
Live at Red Rocks - DMB
The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill
My Own Prison - Creed
My Soul - Coolio
My Way - Usher
Odelay - Beck
OK Computer - Radiohead
Pinkerton - Weezer
Poly Sci - John Forte
Rage Against the Machine
Remember Two Things - DMB
Rule 3:36 - Ja Rule
The Score - Fugees
Siamese Dream - Smashing Pumpkins
Soup - Blind Melon
Straight on to Morning - Blues Traveler
Under the Table and Dreaming - DMB
Unplugged - Arrested Development
Venni Vetti Vecci - Ja Rule
You've Come A Long Way, Baby - Fatboy Slim
Zingalamaduni - Arrested Development
These labels have all been contributed by other MD enthusiatists. If you would like to contribute to the page, here is
the template I use. Just e-mail them to me.
Here are some links that you might find useful in learning more about minidiscs or where to purchase them on the internet.
- The Minidisc Community Page: This is the definitive source for all you minidisc questions, however basic or advanced they may be. Check out their daily MD news and wide variety of articles on everything minidisc.
- Minidisco.com: My favorite online MD store, both in prices and availability. I have ordered from them many times with absolutely no problems. Plus they sponsor great little MD pages like this one.
- Minidiscussion: This site is a discussion board where you can post messages about anything minidisc related, and get answered by people who actually know what they are doing.
- CDnow: They have a very good selection of prerecorded minidiscs from some artists you might not expect. By the way, any order that is made after going through this link is credited to me, so if you feel like showing some appreciation, here is your opportunity :)
- MDClassifieds.com: This site hosts free classified ads for MD players, recorders, discs, and so on. If you are looking for a used unit, this is the place to check out.
- MD Power
- T-Station: This site is ranks just below the Minidisc Community Page in coolness and content. Check out the MD Media Gallery, formerly maintained by Oscar, where you'll find pictures of just about every brand and type of minidisc out there.
- Mini Disc Access: This is a web site that specializes in minidisc accessories. Check out their Maxell headphones with flashing lights.
- Mini Disc Labels: I haven't had much time to look at this site, but I assume it is another label site. The more the merrier!
- Swedish Minidisc Site
This page was constructed by Ross Harmes using an iMac and Simpletext. Last updated 12.12.01.
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