Is there any real difference between ‘data’ CD’s and ‘music’ CD’s?
I have been very careful to use ‘data’ CD’s for backup and ‘music’ CD’s for music and other audio. Then I ran out of music CD’s and recorded music on a data CD and it actually sounded better! Maybe it was because my data CD’s were TDK and the music CD’s were cheapo generics. [which begs another question - how much difference is there between generic “wholesale” discs and ones with a familiar name?]
I guess that I need to know what is the rulefor what I can use data and music discs for.
Another quick question: If an error occurs while burning a CD-R, do you just have to throw it away and start on a new disc?