hi hope you can help, i have a karoke machine on the karoke disks it says that it is a CD+G when i put the cd into my pc to see what file type it is it says its a CDA. i have made some karoke tracks and they are CDG files will they play on my karoke machine once i have burned them to a disk. thanks. H


Welcome to the forum and CDFreaks.
I donโ€™t know the answer but from experience you will get within a few minutes/ hours/ days the correct answer.


if i remember, the difference between audio cdโ€™s and cd+g is that the +g text data is written to the subchannels. nero may be able to create this type of disc, given the proper filetype. im not sure if other programs can, though, unless they are specifically for this purpose.