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Old October 6th, 2003, 11:29 PM
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Old February 24th, 2004, 02:45 AM
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I am also getting a horible quiver especially in the base ranges. As far as inexpensive key changers that work faultlessly, listen to Cavs CDG player. It has an equalizer with a keychager that is a slider and incramental by .1 increments.
It's only $49.95. If they can get it right why can't MTU.
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Old February 24th, 2004, 08:36 AM
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I am also getting a horible quiver especially in the base ranges. As far as inexpensive key changers that work faultlessly, listen to Cavs CDG player. It has an equalizer with a keychager that is a slider and incramental by .1 increments.
It's only $49.95. If they can get it right why can't MTU.
The Cavs key changer is not a real key changer, it will let you sing on a key that doesn't exist in music!

Keyrite will let you sing a song on a real key by changing half a tone. The Cavs will slow down or accelerate the music and you will not know on what real note your singing.

Just imagine singing that same song live with a musician after, what note will he play it on?

You may not like the quivering on Keyrite but at least you get to sing on a REAL note. Please don't compare with Cavs!

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Old February 24th, 2004, 11:56 AM
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Most of us who sing karaoke don't care about a performance with other mucisians so whether it's in an actual key or not is not an issue and I'd rather have it in a key or partial key that I'm comfortable singing in. As for speed they have a seperate speed control. I don't believe that changing the pitch changes the speed.
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