CD+G - Computer Definition
(CD+Graphics) An audio CD format that allows images to be stored in six of the eight subcode channels of the CD (P through W). Also known as the "R-W subchannels," because R, S, T, U, V and W are used, each of which can hold 4MB. CD+G discs have primarily been used for Karaoke (sing along) CDs, and the lyrics are stored as images (bitmaps). See CD Text.