Secret Code of Karaoke Revealed
Did you know there is a secret language that is spoken only at karaoke. It’s true. With universal simplicity that belies the cosmic symmetry at work when it is employed. To the uninitiated it must be like when mankind first rubbed two sticks together giving birth to fire. It’s a code that every Karaoke Host will understand and it signifies that you are to be respected as a performer. Even if you are a terrible singer. It’s a language of symbols. Never spoken. It is encrypted on the performers Song Request Slip, the piece of paper that has their Name, Song and Artist and allows the Host to enter them into the Singer Rotation so they can perform. Continue reading →
Managing A Karaoke Show Singer Rotation
The Singer Rotation is defined as the queue of singers at a karaoke show. The next rotation starts again when returning to the first singer in the queue.
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From what I’ve seen of it at Sydney karaoke I’d have to say yes.
When I first saw this advertised at a Sydney karaoke show I was intrigued. However when I saw it in practice I was confounded. Continue reading →
When singing Karaoke in Sydney’s pubs and clubs sounding good comes down to microphone technique.
When you sing into a microphone at karaoke do you sound nasally? Too quiet? Or do you sound like a barking dog? The reason is poor microphone technique. Knowing the basics will significantly improve you’re sound. The microphone is probably the easiest instrument to learn. And if you consider the microphone an instrument you have the right perspective. Continue reading →