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PostPosted: Mon Jul 26, 2021 5:36 pm 
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i have the complete collection of all cdgs

now that sunfly is mp4 from now on how are you guys doing your karaoke books what codes are you putting


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I make them up
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LMPDL1000-01-SBI Muse - Supermassive Blackhole

Lmp = lonman productions, dl = download SBI (or whatever brand which i designate a code to) is the brand.
But I don't even list a book code anymore at least in the physical books, just the brand code I assigned for those that still care about brand

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I do something similar
SBI-01 - Muse - Supermassive Blackhole - SBIDL
Manu-made up Track# - Artist - Title - Location (site)
I used to put the binder and disk number at the end .....Supermassive Blackhole - E-117 (Binder "E" disk "117") but used the site when there were more sites selling multiple manus tracks so I just kept it for consistency and the hope that sites like Customburn will eventually come back.
that way I can know where I downloaded it from if it should get corrupted and need to be re-downloaded, also if others like SBI should begin suits, I can find the receipt for any song I have by looking at the end code and pulling the emails for that many to show the receipt.

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Paradigm Karaoke wrote:
I do something similar
SBI-01 - Muse - Supermassive Blackhole - SBIDL
Manu-made up Track# - Artist - Title - Location (site)
I used to put the binder and disk number at the end .....Supermassive Blackhole - E-117 (Binder "E" disk "117") but used the site when there were more sites selling multiple manus tracks so I just kept it for consistency and the hope that sites like Customburn will eventually come back.
that way I can know where I downloaded it from if it should get corrupted and need to be re-downloaded, also if others like SBI should begin suits, I can find the receipt for any song I have by looking at the end code and pulling the emails for that many to show the receipt.

Pretty much like Paradigm does.

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