Our karaoke system offers you one of the most wonderful and inspiring leisure activities. You can practice in the comfort of your own home or wherever you want – at home, in the office, at school or even in a park, club or beach.

The requirements are quite simple,

• Computer, desktop or laptop

• CD writer capable of handling CD+G, WAV and MP3 files

• Loudspeakers

• Microphone

• Blank writable CD

• Karaoke software

The key to burning a karaoke CD is to make sure the software is right. Ultimately, this means that paid software like Singing Superstar won’t cheat or contaminate your computer. Freeware can be very dangerous because it comes with a price – your computer can be exposed to a large number of malicious files that can damage systems and data files and are very difficult to remove. Other peripherals, such as microphones, speakers, and CDs, may be branded or lesser-known devices.

Here are some tips you can apply to building your karaoke library:

Create a folder for your karaoke songs for easy playback. You can enjoy songs without having to search for them all. This is especially useful if you sing in a group or organize a karaoke party.

If you download a karaoke audio removal program like Singing Superstar or some other software, you don’t need to buy a CD or go through the long process of making a CD. Such software creates karaoke CDs in minutes. You can also take the extra time to name your CDs by genre or artist. With software like Singing Superstar, you don’t need to burn karaoke CDs because you can save them to your computer.

Some karaoke programs are licensed for sale, so make sure the software you use is licensed.

Remember to separate karaoke songs from regular  풀싸롱, as this will save you time in the long run.

A CDR can have up to 18 tracks depending on the length of each track, so group them into 18 tracks before burning karaoke CDs.

CDs to be purchased must be 6x and 4x

The key to making your own hard copy karaoke library is organization. In addition to the hardware, you need to have the right folders, labels, and even index cards to help you find your CD easily. Take the time to plan your karaoke song library, because if you get it right the first time, you won’t have to do it all over again.

You should also have a system that can track your karaoke CDs so you have a file if someone borrows them. With the popularity of karaoke parties these days, there’s no doubt that when people find out you have an extensive hard copy library; they’ll go out of their way to borrow what they can.