I've had several projects in the past that were Spanish language music. With most music sung/written in Spanish, they had titles that were also in Spanish. Spanish, along with several other languages, is different from English due to a few extra letters in the alphabet (letters with accents and the like). Several words had accents that without the accents meant other things. I knew I could encode several of the accents that showed up some places but not others. Almost every player that regularly showed CD-Text would give up and show a blank square when they cam
A question that is asked to me routinely several times a week. Why do my track titles show up as 'Audio Track 1' etc. . . when I put my CD in the computer? There are several explanations of this occurrence.
CD-Text extends the Red Book specification and allows metadata to be embedded into the physical disc. The information about album artist, album title, track title, track artist, ISRC, arranger, composer, performer, songwriter, and a message can all be are stored either in the disc's table of contents (TOC) or in the subchannels R through W. Only disc players with the special compact disc digital audio cd-text logo will read and output this data. Most computers use another method of getting cd metadata called the CD Database (CDDB).