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djcity
PRO Infinity
Member since 2005

Posted Sun 27 Nov 11 @ 10:21 am
I'm tired of the slim selection of karaoke available on the market. I'm tired of paying top price for a collection of tracks and only 2 or 3 of 15 songs are really usable.

I NEED TO MAKE MY OWN KARAOKE TRACKS.

But how???

I have all the instrumentals I need but how do I add the lyrics? How do I get the high-lit progress of the lyrics?

Someone here in this community has to know. Would you be willing to share the knowledge?

DJ KYLE THOM
PRO Infinity
Member since 2010

Posted Sun 27 Nov 11 @ 10:29 am
Try googling it, theres lots of software that allows you to make your own Karaoke tracks.

http://download.cnet.com/AV-Video-Karaoke-Maker/3000-13631_4-10761156.html is one i found

JoeyKJ
PRO Infinity
Member since 2008

Posted Sun 27 Nov 11 @ 12:05 pm
@city

This is what i'm using now to make my own, you have even less in caribbean genre, soca, chutney, reggae, ect

Try the free demo here http://www.mtu.com/upgrades/khpro.htm

Good Luck,

Joey...

Speedy53
PRO Infinity
Member since 2008

Staff
Posted Sun 27 Nov 11 @ 8:40 pm
I used to do my karaoke files with Karaoke CD+G Creator
I think this software easier to use than Karaoke Builder Studio wich is widely recomended at karaoke-do-it-yourself communities all around the world.
With K CD+G the lyrics can be loaded from txt files and there is a waveform to help with synchronization. It is a simple and very intuitive software.

wallter
Home user
Member since 2010

Posted Mon 28 Nov 11 @ 1:18 am
Actually there's a new way, created especially for VDJ. You should only have instrumental in MP3 format and lyrics in LRC format. It's still in development, but already working OK. See it in action: http://flashkaraoke.site50.net/