From Karaoke Builder:
Karaoke Builder CD+G Player is a fast, free program for playing your CD+G and MP3+G tracks.The Karaoke Builder CD+G Player can be used on its own (free!) or as a replacement for the CD+G Player in Karaoke Builder and/or Karaoke Builder Studio. Please install in the same folder as KB / KB Studio to replace an older version - you will notice the difference in speed straight away.
What's new in this version:
Double-click on a track in Windows Explorer to play it immediately
JUST PUT YOUR CDG FILES together in 1 folder and double click on the ones you want to play ..and it does it no probs ..ideal if your a singer like myself ..i can just set up my singing brackets into folders just bring up the folder and play them
probley not suitable for a karaoke SHOW......because you wont have the time to set up the song list
again ..a brilliant program if you are a singer \ entertainer like myself..you can go from one song to another ..WITH NO PROBS
Downloaded fast and I have had no problems playing CDG files.
Too simplistic, DOS-esque look, I suppose. For downloaded files, you need to open MP3 and CDG file separately. It plays audio separately in your default program. But, it automatically syncs the two.
If you don't need flashy, shiny, and pretty, but just want something to play CDGs for karaoke fun, I recommend it. It's free and it works. If you want extensive features, you should just pay ten to fifty bucks, or whatever you find, for a program that gives you extra features. Just remember to take that tiny extra step of playing the CDG and MP3 file of the song you want to sing to. If you're a hard-core-pro DJ, this will bore you. If you want it to work as a simple karaoke machine, that's exactly what you get.
Updated on Apr 2, 2009
I take back the part about needing to play two files. That was some weird glitch on my computer. Since I've restarted, I haven't had to do that. So, maybe I should give an extra half star. :-p
You probably don't have a drive that can play cdgs. You can find a list of compatible drives here, http://www.goldenhawk.com/faq_body.htm#cdg or here http://www.mtu.com/basics/karaokecdr.htm you must have one of these drives to be able to read or write cdg.