We recommend this option if you plan to release your album, EP or single only on digital platforms. The resolution and the size of the cover in this pack are adjusted to the requirements of the majority of digital platforms, e.g. Bandcamp, iTunes and Spotify. The Digital Pack also includes banners with the same theme as the cover so that you can use them on social networks to promote your work.View Details
The pack also includes a version of your cover with the text 'COVERCRUSH We've got you covered'. This version is simply a suggestion where you could place your band or artist name and the title of your work. However, the decision in this aspect is entirely yours. Our product page shows the cover with a watermark for security reasons. Once you purchase your cover, you will receive the material without any watermarks or texts, so you can complete it with the information you wish to add. Don´t worry if you don’t know how to insert your name, title or logo on the cover you´ve purchased. Try this simple online tool. It´s self-explanatory and it will let you have a complete album cover, with the name and title, within minutes.
This is the option you must choose if you plan to release your work both in a digital and a physical format, such as vinyl or CD. When you purchase this pack, along with the content of the Digital Pack described above, you receive a version of the cover in a larger size and a higher resolution so that it´s suitable for print.View Details
The extra cover that´s included in this Full Pack has a resolution of 300ppi and a size of 3800 x 3800 px. PPI (pixels per inch) refers to the individual ink points a printer can make in the space of an inch. While this is an excessive resolution for the internet (where the 72ppi version, which is also included in this pack, works best) keep in mind that any CD or vinyl manufacturing service will require you to provide the higher resolution version. Still not sure if you will release your album in a physical format? Well, consider that the Full Pack incurs an extra cost of only €30, so having it in your arsenal won´t break your bank. Bear in mind that even if you don't publish a physical version of your work right now, this 300ppi version is also useful if you want to offer your fans a computer wallpaper, t-shirts, posters or any type of physical merchandise you can think of. Also, by getting the 300 ppi version straight away, you save money, as due to the processing and storage fees, its price goes up when it’s sold separately.
...neither of the two packs includes the back cover or the booklet for your album. Digital releases simply don't require it, and in the case of physical editions, you have full freedom in terms of the format, so we can´t offer any standard artwork. If you want to create the back cover or a booklet for your album, a good idea is to choose the color or texture that predominates on your cover and use it as a background on which you´ll place the track list or the lyrics of your songs. The cover that you have purchased is 100% yours, so you are free to make all kinds of modifications that you consider necessary.