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The LRC Creator software is no longer available. A suitable software to create LRC files may be found by searching through Google. There are many resources available online to assist creation of MP3.LRC files.

MP3G songs and the MP3 audio portion of MP3.LRC songs can be found on Karaoke Channel. Karaoke Channel does not sell or support the LRC format. See below for an explanation of file formats.

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Karaoke Music Format FAQ

What is MP3G?

MP3G is the most popular download format for karaoke music. MP3G is available on Karaoke Channel. They are no more than 2 files with the same filename (different extensions). One file being an MP3 file format is the same MP3 music files you've been listening to for years. They are available for downloading all across the internet. The CDG (lyric) file that accompanies the MP3 (audio) file contains the lyrics that scroll across your screen. A karaoke player that is compatible with MP3G will also play just the MP3 (audio) file. When an MP3 file is accompanied with a CDG file, the karaoke player will cue both files and play them simultaneously resulting in music and screen lyrics.

What is MP3.LRC?

MP3.LRC is no more than 2 files with the same filename (different extensions). One file being an MP3 file format is the same MP3 music files you've been listening to for years. They are available for downloading all across the internet. The LRC file is the lyric file that contains the words to your music. It is formatted as a normal text file that can be opened and manually edited with notepad. Inside the file, there's timing tags that define when the next line of lyrics is going to be displayed. Although a person can manually create an LRC file, it's much easier to use an LRC creator program found on the internet.

How do I get my MP3.LRC music on my player?

Copy both your MP3 and LRC files onto an SD Card, insert the SD Card into your player, turn the player on, navigate to the SD Card and you'll see a menu of your songs. Select a song and play it. Your MP3.LRC player will always play MP3 music files whether you have an LRC (lyric) file or not. However, if there happens to be an LRC file present, with the exact same filename (different extension) it will cue the two files to play in sync with each other. So, as the music plays, the lyrics will be displayed on your player's screen.

How do I delete the songs on the player and replace with my own songs?

Models SD512 and HD515 have the capability of connecting to your computer and showing up in Windows (not Mac) as an external HDD. You can then delete the songs and use the Song Transfer Program to install new songs.

The SD511SC, SD513 and SD514 players have songs built-in to the players and they cannot be deleted. Nor can you add songs to the internal storage chip. To add more songs, use your computer to copy songs onto an SD Card, then insert the SD Card into the players and play your selections.

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