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Kind of an iTunes for Professional Karaoke. Do karaoke on your Mac using CD+G disks from WalMart or buy them online from Amazon or Karaoke websites. Also use free downloadable files .kar files available on the web. Create playlists. Do full screen karaoke. Have fun learning lyrics, singing by yourself or with friends. Fill your Mac Mini with Karaoke and hook it up to your high definition screen to be a KJ (lik DJ for Karaoke). Many more features to come this is just the beginning.
What's new in this version: Version 1.5.5:
- This releases addresses CD+G playback, in particular the text not staying in sync with the audio.
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