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Editing the digipak draft

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Here I added a ‘parental advisory’ logo as some of Saint Raymond's songs have swearing in and in a proper album, this would have to be recognised.Here I used the font ‘copperplate gothic light’ to write the albums name and the artists name.

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I edited all of the inside pages in the same way. I chose images and resized them so they’re all the same. I plan to go back and edit these properly before my final version is submitted.

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Here I added a barcode- like would be seen on any back cover of an album.

Here I added my company logo ‘magnolia records’ but I need to go back and make this properly for the final version.

Here I have used song titles off Saint Raymond's album ‘young blood’. I used the font ‘copperplate gothic light’ to match the front cover and this makes it look more sleek and professional.

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Extra comments

■ Overall I am pleased with this digipak as a draft but it definitely needs improvement.

■ I will need to reshoot my photos as a girl as the face of the album doesn’t really make sense as it should be a boy to represent the artist. The photos will however be in this sort of style with this sort of location.

■ The boy who will be the face of the album and magazine advert will be the one lip syncing in our music video so there will be a link between the video and the album.