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Re: singing cuts off
Is this occurs on every file?
Rip or Re-encode the songs you wish to use and then transfer them back to the Rio. The purpose of re-encoding is to ensure that there are no bad frames in the completed song file.
also try to Rip or Encode your audio at a higher bit rate.
if it is try to update to the latest firmware for the Rio. This can be found at http://www.rioaudio.com/support.
If you are currently using the latest firmware, flash the Rio again.
I hope it will help you.
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The music to sing along with apparently MUST come from a disk played on the unit. It appears that the external audio jacks are just to use the unit as either a boombox or to drive a larger sound system. You will have to convert your IPOD music into a Karaoke compatible CD to be able to sing along with it... They probably detect MIC input and mute any incoming signals from the RCA jack inputs,
You can do so, by finds learning to sing well. Just by having a good voice, or knowing to sing good, is not enough, you need to practice well and be thorough with the basics. Only after leaning and knowing the concepts well, you will have a better edge in this field. Then you can focus on singing well, by concentrating on the minute details as well. This can help a lot in becoming a better singer as well.
I would suggest you to use a headset (without mic) and play the karaoke for them so that they can listen the music through the headphone while they sing. Connect the mic on the mic plug on your computer and record the songs they are singing with rhythm of the karaoke using an audio editor like Audacity or Adobe Audition and similar softwares. Suppose if you play the karaoke on your speaker, then the music will be heard from the mic and it'll be mixed up with the songs he/she is singing. For best result, Record the sound/songs and save it as different file and mixdown the karaoke file with it later. Otherwise, you'll not be able to get good songs. Please let me know if you need further help.
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Maybe you could try to write anything more, so that someone else might understand it too. Are you running it through a noise gate? Maybe you should set the gate thresshold and decrease mic gain or send its signal through a limiter. Because singing "to the sides" of the microphones results in less volume(sound pressure on the diaphragm) than "singing to their top". Are you using a feedback killer/destroyer/whatever? Try to have the singers stand either behind the speakers or on the other side of the room. I recommend the first option-much better and easier. Are you running the signal through a mixing board? Is there a gain switch on the receiver of the microphones? if yes try to keeep it set i between halfway and three quarters of max, closer to the latter. If there is too much of signal coming from the microphone, the amplifiers overheat-preventing fuses might cut off the signal, if the mic gain is all the way up and the amp is close to similar heights...
And unless you are a trained singer using a professional condenser microphone or on a small loud live stage with a few monitors, there's no use to sing right in the "top" of the microphone. :) It's nicer from the side, or at least a bit offset.
ask if I missed something and try to be more in depth and specific, as I'm trying to be with my answers. and rate pls
The speed of light and the speed of sound just don't mix well on a webcams. There is a process delay with these cameras. The only remedy I know of is to get a webcam with greater memory capacity. Say, a 3.1meg webcam. The logitech only has 300K of memory and has a slower response time. Recording with a low res window helps too. 160x120 verses 320x240. This helps with less response delay time between cams. Also, using an external mic helps too. You'll need to tweek the distince between the mic and the webcam to sinc the video and sound. Let me know if I can be of further assistence with this. I'll try to help you resolve this.