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 Post subject: Re: Karaoke Software
PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2018 3:15 pm 
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See for me, chances are knet isn't going to have the song i'm looking for 9 out of 10 times since I have the majority of their offerings at this time (every once in a while i'll find that one - just did last night as a matter of fact). But I found it through db.openkj.org. I click the link, and buy it. Not hard. All my login info is stored and I buy through PayPal so all that is stored. If I don't find it through openkj search, I do a few other searches that openkj doesn't cover. Would never lock myself into 1 or 2 manufacturers to find songs - will miss out on a lot.
Nothing wrong with audio only either - that is true old school karaoke. Print a lyric sheet for the song or pull up the lyrics on the phone. I have bought more instrumentals for singers that are happier than a clam they got to sing a song they always wanted. They know there will be no lyrics on screen and are completely fine with it. Guess it's just one more thing I offer that singers appreciate :P

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I'll stick with the sites that I personally trust. I refuse to cheat the system. If I can't find the songs on the sites that I trust then I will look for it on disc and the singer's just going to have to wait for me to obtain the disc and rip it into my computer. Hopefully it's on the database that my mp4 converter uses to name discs or I'll have to rip it using cdgrip first and convert it to MP4 later.

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i can see the benefit of this if it had the other sites in it. without, it just adds another search and if it's not there, then it takes longer.
the other issue i see is no paypal option.
if the other sites were involved and paypal was supported, i would get behind this one.

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Just wondering if anyone knows of a program out there for a professional karaoke show that is as close to or equivalent of just karaoke (as just karaoke is no longer available
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Hi there. Has anyone used Karafun's "Community" section and uploaded a CDG/MP3 to it? There's plenty of stuff already uploaded to the Karafun Community section. I uploaded a CDG/MP3 myself and I can see it if I go to "My Community Files" but I don't see it in the "shared' (main) Community list.


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Hi there. Has anyone used Karafun's "Community" section and uploaded a CDG/MP3 to it? There's plenty of stuff already uploaded to the Karafun Community section. I uploaded a CDG/MP3 myself and I can see it if I go to "My Community Files" but I don't see it in the "shared' (main) Community list.
Not legal for KJ's to use the 'community' from Karafun, it's for home users only.

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Hi,

I am a newbie when it comes to creating karaoke songs. I been looking for a program which I can create my own CD+G files, and basically I have come across only two programs so far in the CD+G Creator Pro, https://www.powerkaraoke.com/src/prod_k ... torpro.php and Karaoke Builder, https://www.karaokebuilder.com/kbstudio.php.

I downloaded both and just started tinkering with both. Was wondering if anyone could offer input into which is better or if there is another program I should consider?

So far my quick first impressions are, that I like Karaoke Builder slightly better, because of two things. First, I am able to use the space bar when syncing, and hold it down, to judge how long a song should be stretched out. For me, when I try that with CD+G Creator, it just goes onto the next words. I haven't found a shortcut in that program that allows me stretch out the words while syncing, and that has been really useful for the first couple songs I tested in evaluation mode real quick. The second reason I like Karaoke Builder better is the easy way it has to help you control the display of words(how long they stay on the screen, etc), slides and all. It looks like it would be quicker to update those in karaoke builder.

One thing I did like about CD+G pro was the duet mode. That I could focus on syncing just one person at a time in duet mode. With Karaoke Builder, it expects me to sync both singers at the same time, which proved hard to do, when I was dealing with a song in which there are concurrent different lyrics by both singers. But being able to sync up just one portion of a duet at a time was useful.

Any other things that one program is better than the other for? If there are other programs I should look into? And any other insights would be greatly appreciated for this newbie to Karaoke Software.


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