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PostPosted: Fri Jan 20, 2017 3:09 pm 
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i have an old regular at my VFW ready to propose to his love, and wants to sing it to her....
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the song he want's is Hank Snow "with this ring i thee wed"
sing king is the only one who did it and i can not find one for sale anywhere (yeah, i googled the sh!t out of it)
does anyone have SKK010 available?

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i have an old regular at my VFW ready to propose to his love, and wants to sing it to her....
however....
the song he want's is Hank Snow "with this ring i thee wed"
sing king is the only one who did it and i can not find one for sale anywhere (yeah, i googled the sh!t out of it)
does anyone have SKK010 available?


The list is a misprint, SingKing never produced the hank snow disc they did a bob Dylan disc instead. I talked to the owner about it and he said that he changed his mind because the sales for the disc that chartbuster did was so poor.

You'll have to put a request in the karaoke.net forum and on karaokeversion..

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 21, 2017 11:08 am 
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Hire a keyboard player!

As a fallback, is vocal elimination an option? I've never used it.


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I'm bumping this because I'm genuinely curious as to whether vocal eliminators work in a pinch.


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Not really. Totally depends on how the original sonh was recorded, especially where the vocals are panned. And often removes music instruments as well due to where they are panned

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 22, 2017 6:45 pm 
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Pretty much SOL on this one.

1) deep male voices over simple bg music are the hardest to remove.

2) the original song is recorded in mono which means the standard method of vocal removal (split stereo tracks into left & right and then invert one of them to cancel out frequencies) cannot be used.

There are some covers on youtube with just guitar and vocal. You might contact them and explain your situation and ask them if they had the guitar on a separate track from the voice when they recorded it that you could possibly get from them.

Vets are a pretty tight group and if the song is for a fellow vet you might find a local musician willing to just record an acoustical guitar version for you.


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damn, thanks for look everyone.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 23, 2017 12:55 am 
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I checked out the tune, and any guitarist or keyboardist worth his salt could learn it in one pass. I know that some karaoke singers are less comfortable singing with live musicians, but at least the instrumentalist could follow him. I like working from lyric sheets with chords on stuff like this (as long as it's right) to make it easier to chase the vocalist around. The original sounds a little off-speed but sounds like it was played in 'A'. Maybe as a fallback--the main thing is to make sure the guy gets married, right?


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If you get a good track, I'll add the graphics to it for you, since it's for a Veteran.

There are web sites where you can purchase a custom made backing track for about 60 dollars. This particular song is only about 2 minutes long so maybe they would do it a little cheaper for you. Like someone else said above. It's seems to be a very simple song to play on a guitar. If you know someone who could play it and make an MP3 for you you'd be all set. If it comes down to the wire just sing along with the original. I'm sure the bride to be won't mind. After all. It's the thought that counts.


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