The process that you are using with a formatted CD-RW to copy MP3 files does not create an audio disc or CD Text. MP3 files are data files (with music content), and a MP3 capable player can read the artist and title from the data files.
CD Text is an extension to the Red Book audio CD specifications. It encodes the title and artist information in subchannels, and this process is not supported by all burners.
To write CD Text, it must be supported by your burner. To test and play it on your computer you must also use a CD Text capable player. The hardware reader must support it also, whether computer drive or standalone CD player.
Using Nero, in New Compilation / Audio CD be sure to check the "Write CD Text on CD" box.
In CDA Options / General Settings, choose "Tempfile strategy"
In Burn, select the Write Method "Disk-at-Once"
If you are copying a commercial CD release, use the FreeDB internet database to download title, track, and artist information.
If you are compiling miscellaneous tracks, left click on each track and hit Properties and enter the CD Text information for Title and Artist.
A CD Text capable player must be used to play the disks. Most computer CD players will not read CD Text. You can download a good freeware one at Digital CD Player for Windows
. This player will also play digitally, i.e., no audio connector is necessary from the drive to the sound card.