Started by YaoiCat, January 23, 2013, 09:20:42 AM
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Quote from: AkiraxYagami on January 24, 2013, 01:30:50 AMYou have to memorize your lyrics.
Quote from: AkiraxYagami on January 24, 2013, 03:53:04 PMAnd word of advice, DON'T ever sing with a friend >_> unless you know for sure that they are willing to provide assistance. I made that mistake twice with a friend who said they wanted to duet and I ended up singing all of the song by myself while she mumble the lyrics softly.
Quote from: YaoiCat on January 23, 2013, 09:20:42 AMHi, I've never participated in the Fanime karaoke contest but I was thinking of trying it this year. Is there anything a first time participant really needs to know? Also, I was wondering, do you get to see the lyrics while you perform during the contest, or do you have to memorize your song?
Quote from: YaoiCat on January 24, 2013, 09:27:10 AMQuote from: AkiraxYagami on January 24, 2013, 01:30:50 AMYou have to memorize your lyrics.That's what I was afraid of, lol. I'm fine memorizing songs in English, but it's a whole different story when the lyrics are in another language!
Quote from: Motoko on April 01, 2013, 11:42:02 PM@Reyak - I was wondering the same thing. I think open-mic is for anyone that wants to sing that's not in the contest, right?Also curious about another thing that I posted in another forum topic/post, but perhaps is more suited here...not contest related though, probably more open-mic and just a general query.Just a question, what songs are in the database?Are they primarily J-pop songs (say from all our beloved anime and seiyuu's) or do they comprise of other songs in other languages?Say like Chinese, Korean, English, etc.I'm just curious about that.Thanks helping.
Quote from: Reyak on April 01, 2013, 07:14:51 PMDo songs performed have to be in the database? (For open-mic)
Quote from: Nina Star 9 on April 02, 2013, 10:34:47 AMQuote from: Reyak on April 01, 2013, 07:14:51 PMDo songs performed have to be in the database? (For open-mic)For open-mic, you can bring in songs on an mp3 player or CD. When you sign up, just let the staff know what song you are doing and that it is on your personal music device, and when they call you up, you just hand them either your mp3 player with the song already queued up or the CD and tell them the track number.It's not advisable to stream songs throw a smartphone or other device, since it can (and likely will) stop to buffer in the middle or otherwise mess up, but if you have the song actually downloaded onto your phone and are using it as an mp3 player (so the music is sourced from the phone, not the net), that should work just as well as an mp3 player that can't also call people...though there might be some issues if you get a call in the middle of your song, depending on how the phone works. ;PI do (open-mic) songs all the time that aren't in the database. Only some of the bizarre things I sing are actually in there!
Quote from: ga-ko on April 07, 2013, 01:39:55 PMAre we allowed to bring our own song to sing for the competition? It is of course a Karaoke version and won't require vocal dampening. If we can, how do we supply this to you guys? Do we need to bring a CD, mp3 player or what not and what format does the song need to be in?
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