While there are times when recordings come out flawlessly on the first take, its not terribly often that this happens in many real-life situations AudioAcrobat members are faced with on a day-to-day basis. In these cases, it is quite helpful to have an ally who likes to keep things “normal”.
If you’ve ever recorded an audio that had extremely quiet spots and conversely loud peaks, you may have pondered the reduction of distance between both ends of the aural spectrum to bring these extremes closer to one another.
What’s more fun than singing Karaoke? Making YOUR OWN Karaoke songs and practicing at home … before belting out Justin Bieber covers after a carafe or two of sake at the pseudo-popular bar downtown.
Although we’ve heard rumors of individuals making their own Karaoke (カラオケ) tracks, there was something calling to us here at AudioAcrobat from deep down in the recesses of our minds, begging to unleash the power of DIY Karaoke.