whats the difference between midi and karaoke?

Discussion in 'Karaoke Files' started by Keenblade, Dec 11, 2003.

  1. Keenblade

    Keenblade New Member

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    I dont understand
  2. bigBOSS97

    bigBOSS97 Member

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    Technically they are the same. The filename extension KAR is only to indicate that the MIDI includes lyrics. For some reasons, the KAR files are using the text events for lyrics, instead of the MIDI defined lyric events.

    HTH
    Phuoc Can HUA
  3. 194845

    194845 New Member

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    So can you open a KAR file with any midi software?
  4. bigBOSS97

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    Yes, if your player doesn't like KAR files simply rename your file to MID, or use shift+right-mouse-click (for Windows) on the a KAR file and associate the file to be open with your media-player. After that whenever you double click on a KAR file media-player will play it.

    Phuoc Can HUA
  5. tammy

    tammy New Member

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    yup, it is that easy. i have managed to do it too. change extension from kar to midi.
    i use cakewalk.
    t
  6. BOSANAC

    BOSANAC New Member

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    or you can use onother option if you dont have cakewalk

    xp

    1.tools
    2.folder options
    3.view
    4.hide extension for knovn file tipes

    and yust change the extesion


    peace
  7. kid_vicious

    kid_vicious New Member

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    thanx also i was gettin a lil confused lol

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