How to create .kar files?

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  1. Mime

    Mime New Member

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    Where i can download a good program to do it?

    Thanks :)
  2. Luiza*Cunha

    Luiza*Cunha Charmed Trainee with Goa'uld inside! Staff Member Super Mod

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  3. Mime

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    ok, thanks a lot :)
  4. ghistheone

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    thank you ~~
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    Cool, thanks :D
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    Cheers guys this is a really good post
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    At www.karaoke5.com you can download this great program, is very simple to syncro your midi files "in real time"
    Try it!
  10. midiprog2000

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    I don't agree. This is not a great program:
    - Ugly interface
    - Very (very very) poor documented
    - not intuitive to work with
    - all messages are in Italian (although the menu is in English)
    - no standard menu (The "file" menu has no "open" or "save" submenu, but it does have the "info" submenu, which should be in the "about" menu. Etc...
    - needs to install the borland database engine in order to work

    This program definately needs to be redesigned before it should be distributed.

    Kind regards,
    Alain
  11. fidelio

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    I agree with midiprog2000 about Karaoke 5's "unfriendly" interface and usage (Borland? Really, who'd needs it?). Besides from crashing problems, it also puts a lot of stresses on the users who are constantly on edge with the keyboard Space tappings. You'd go crazy soon if you have to do Karaoke lyrics for heavy metal songs! (You can actually slow it down, but that process is also very buggy).

    Still let's give credit to the author for offering it free.

    Now I use another software which lets me add lyrics to the notes (which also sound as you go through them), so I can relax, sipping my coffee while editing the lyrics.

    I really hate to have to tap the Space key to catch up with the melody!
    Last edited: Oct 15, 2004

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