the third condition re data tracks states:
“If an audio CD contains a data track which is visible in an audio CD player (typically as the first track*), use [data track] as the track name. If the data track is on a Various Artists release, use [data] as the artist for the track.”
what if a) it were not visible to a cd player and/or b) it is not the first track* whether or not it’s visible? is the way @rdswift has entered the tracklist incorrect?
- the guideline also mentions this situation is most common in videogame cds, and clearly his is not the the case here. so i’m wondering as well if that condition was intended exclusively for videogame cds.
if it’s not, then his situation seems to me to fall somewhere within conditions #1 & #3, but not #2 (assuming the data track is neither audio nor video content). also, none of the three conditions says you should omit the data track altogether from the tracklist (not even use the “This disc contains data tracks at the end” option)
i thought i was quite clear about data tracks in cds, but evidently i am not.