How to use my laptop to do karaoke

Written by mario calhoun
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Although nothing beats singing karaoke in front of an audience, you can bring the experience to your computer by downloading karaoke computer software. As long as you have a built-in or external microphone and an Internet connection, you can sing karaoke and download new songs to try out from the comfort of your home.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Computer
  • Internet access
  • Microphone
  • Karaoke software

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Instructions

    Karaoke Setup for Macs

  1. 1

    Download or buy karaoke software. Go to CNet to download karaoke software, which allows you to use the program for a limited trial period before purchasing a license. Click the "Downloads" tab under the search field, and type in "karaoke."

  2. 2

    Click the "Singsong Karaoke 2.1" link. Click the "Download Now" button, and double-click the program in your downloads folder to start the program.

  3. 3

    Click "Settings." Select your microphone, and click the "Display" tab to change the screen resolution size. Click "Save Settings." Click the "Sing" button to begin using the program.

  4. 4

    Select a song to sing. Choose one from your music library or one of the free songs available.

    Karaoke for Windows

  1. 1

    Download software. Go to CNet and click the "Downloads" tab. Type "Karaoke Kanta Player" in the search field. Click the search result, and click the "Download Now" button.

  2. 2

    Save the download to your desktop. Double-click the file to run the installation wizard, and click "Start", "All Programs" and "Karaoke Kanta Player" to run the program.

  3. 3

    Plug your external microphone into your laptop. The Karaoke Kanta program is available as a trial for 15 uses; after that, a license must be purchased to continue use.

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