Some large scale projects like a TV series or an audio book simply cannot abide by one or two discs alone. This is true also of most conventional single-disc packaging options on offer today. With Multi-Disc packaging, you can bundle as many as six discs into a single unit.
Traditionally, artists looking to use this kind of packaging might have only had one choice: a hefty plastic box with multiple disc trays mounted on an internal binder ring. This type of packaging works well in the visual arts industry, where large volumes of printed media and literature may need to accompany the discs in their own dedicated space within the packaging. With these types of disc cases, you have the option of placing printed materials on the same binder rings used by the discs.
There are some variations on this style of case, with some opting to look more like a traditional DVD case, disc portfolio, or Blu-Ray case instead of a binder. We offer an array of custom options from Unikeep in case you are looking for something a little more specific.
However, in the music and audio recording industries, these types of old-school plastic case may not quite fit the bill or form factor required by an album release or a recording series. That's why we also offer paperboard packaging such as wallets and Digipaks alongside these tried and true plastic options. The multi-disc options of our paperboard line have been modified to accommodate a huge array of discs in the same packaging your customers expect from an album or spoken word product.