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Seems to me you may have dirt either on the eye of the remote or on the component, unless a small wire inside the remote has come off due to use ( example...dropping the remote on the floor) if you have a separate Universal remote (you can get them for under $20 and you can always take it back to the store if unneeded [...Walmart works]) and try playing with that and see that it's not the component and that your problem is with the remote. Good Luck and I hope it works out for you.
Hi There, There are several audio programs out there that will mute vocals from songs for you, though these programs are fairly expensive and not justifiable if only using one feature. Your best bet would be to buy the music pre-muted, also known as "instrumentals". Check itunes for your favourite songs as instrumentals.
The effects or FX section is on the top right of the mixer. On your vocal channels find the yellow knob marked FX and turn it to 0. Choose the effect you need using the Program knob (top right) for karaoke this will probably be 03 or 06. Start singing and turn up the yellow knob marked 3 - FX under AUX Sends until the LEDs above them hit -0db, no higher. Now find the button marked FX - Main Mix and make sure it is UP. Turn up the yellow knob (3 - FX) next to it until you can hear enough echo on your mic.
Note that you MUST use the special Karaoke disks to be able to remove the vocal... it will not do it for plain music CD's. Those devices that CLAIM to remove vocals often do so poorly... they do it by subtracting the left and right channels which ASSUMES the lead vocal is centered between the channels... Those methods don't work very well...
You could record short "samples" to be used in building new voices, however, it does NOT appear that you can record a vocal song with the PSR9000. The Tyros II and III have the capability to record vocals but the PSR9000 and Tyros I do not..
When playing back an arrangement, you can re-sing the song and have the vocal harmonizer track the arrangement.
i bought et18k. just the same as yours.its 2 days old and has the same problem. the technical assistant says that its because of the digital setting that new tvs have. there are two ways to solve this though:
1. connect the video (yellow plug) to the tv. and the other two plugs (yellow and white) to the stereo. when i say stereo, its not the dvd home theater system that you have but a separate one. if you connect it to the home theater that you have, it'll just sound the same, you still have the delay.
2. connect the magic sing to the older tvs hangin out. and you'll get no problem at all.
**TVs such as sony, samsung, philips, sharp and all plasma tvs including other newly designed tvs will have the delay since they all share the HDMI thingy that causes sh*t.