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PC Karaoke CD+G Software, Burning and Playing CD+G Files

PC Karaoke CD+G Software

Before the invention of compact discs, karaoke songs were available on cassette tapes, VHS, vinyl records and eight-track tapes. Modern discs deliver the advanced and much easier karaoke experience when compared to earlier solutions. As you probably know, CD+G or CDG, stands for Compact Disc with Graphics Karaoke. When you play such a disc on the machine with a graphics decoder, song lyrics will be displayed. Besides, CD+G discs have more capacity than standard audio CDs.

Since 1987 year when the first karaoke CD+G discs and players were introduced, they have quickly gained enormous popularity and has become the most popular format for those involved in the karaoke entertainment. However, CD+G discs turned to be twice as costly as common audio CDs, and karaoke machines that could support them were also rather expensive. That’s why computer CD+G programs have come into play to meet the requirements of an average karaoke fan. It has become possible not only to play, but also to create CD+G discs on a standard computer or laptop.

Power Karaoke is here to offer you an extensive line of PC karaoke CD+G software solutions for creating, burning, copying, and playing CD+G files and discs with unmatched ease � Power CD+G Burner, Karaoke CD+G Creator, Power CD+G Player and Siglos Karaoke Player/Recorder.

From now on you won’t have to spend a fortune on CD+G discs that have only a couple of songs you like. You can create your own custom CD+G disc instead with a desirable content by using our Karaoke CD+G Creator or Karaoke CD+G Creator Pro � advanced software solutions to create CD+G karaoke songs from the scratch or by importing KAR (MIDI Karaoke) files.

Burning your own custom CD+G karaoke discs is a matter of a few minutes if you use our smart Power CD+G Burner.

If you are a frequent user of Windows Media Player, then Power CD+G Filter can be the perfect choice. It allows to play CD+G and BIN files using your standard Windows Media Player or any other DirectX-aware file players.

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