About Me

Hi there! Welcome to The CD Scene! A place to talk everything cds. Whether that be where to buy them, or what to listen to them on, or even how to store them. This site will cover it all.



Ever since I can remember, I have loved music. I became even more passionate about it when I was in middle school. That’s about the time when I went through my low self-esteem phase and didn’t have too many friends. Music was there for me then. It saved me, and because of that I will always love music.



I would like to share my tips and tricks with fellow cd collectors because then that saves them from learning some things the hard way. I find collecting cds to be a very fun thing to do, so I also want to show that to other music lovers who may be more into digital listening.



The purpose of my site is to create a place where every cd lover can go to learn and discuss what it’s like to collect cds. I hope to share my tips, as well as hear others’. I want this to become every cd lovers’ dream website.


If you ever need a hand or have any questions, go right ahead and leave them below. I will be more than happy to help you out.

Best wishes,

Calista Woods aka The CD Queen


2 thoughts on “About Me”

  1. Hi Calista 🙂 or CD queen 😛

    Are you sure that you know everything about CDs? I see in your picture, you are holding a CD, but that would be the modern CDs right? I remember in the 60’s, the music CDs were larger in size with a different diameter.

    I’m sorry for testing you, but with the CD you are holding, how many songs can we put on there? Also, with the current technology, how we can transfer onto the CDs for storage? I’m talking about the info, not only the music. How much is the capacity of a normal CD like the one you are holding?

    1. Hi!

      Oh I wouldn’t say I know everything about CDs, no. I hope to one day though. Yes, the CD I’m holding in my picture is a modern compact disc. Oh that’s interesting. Perhaps you are referring to LaserDiscs? As far as I know, CDs weren’t released until 1982.

      The disc I’m holding contains 12 songs, but it varies based on song lengths and file sizes. Oh you still can burn data onto blank discs, you just have to find what program works best for you. And the standard size for a compact disc is 700MiB or roughly 80 minutes of audio.

      Thank you for visiting and for sharing your curiosities!

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