#1
Can you use a DVD+R disk, and put songs on it like you would a CD+R,
not as a data disk, but as a Music disk that plays in CD players?

And if it's possible, can it actually hold like 5(+?) regular CDs of music on just the one disk??
#2
no. no you cannot. DVD players and CD players read in different ways, so CD players can't read DVDs, although most DVD players are programmed to read DVDs and CDs
#3
Ok, well, another question.

I dont listen to rap, but my friend does, and he bought this one CD, I think
it was Paul Wall or some crap. And it had 50 tracks (I think) maybe more.
and they were all at least 2 minutes. And it was just a single CD.
and it worked in CD players and everything.

How did they fit 50 tracks on a CD?
#4
2 minutes? Wow, besides for filler tracks, I didn't think they made songs that short.
#5
Quote by PTfan
2 minutes? Wow, besides for filler tracks, I didn't think they made songs that short.


1 Word. Rap.
#6
I thought most rap was really long? My bad.


Anyway, it could be an MP3 disc.
Co-President of UG's Tubgirl Virgins Club

#7
Well also, my post said "at least 2 minutes" meaning there wasnt a track under 2 minutes, except the intro to the album. which was like 30 seconds or something.

But. Thanks
#8
Did you read what I said about MP3 discs? ^
Co-President of UG's Tubgirl Virgins Club

#9
Quote by JamieB
Did you read what I said about MP3 discs? ^


Yeah, xD
You were the one I was thanking