Ipad

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DJByRequest
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Ipad

Post by DJByRequest » Mon Aug 01, 2011 10:02 am

Due to both cost and size I am wondering will I be able to just use an Ipad in the future. With chartbuster streaming the hard drive size limitation may not be an issue. Will you have an IPad version of Kjams soon?

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Re: Ipad

Post by dave » Mon Aug 01, 2011 12:55 pm

An iPad (at least in it's current incarnation) can not be a viable method of running a professional show, if only because it doesn't support multiple separate screens. (mirroring does not count). The singer/audience needs to see the Lyrics screen, and the KJ needs the browser screen to run the show. There are some apps that support karaoke on an iPad/phone but they're more for play than for business.

Not that i wouldn't do it if i had the time (which i don't), just that it's more of a toy idea rather than a business idea.

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Re: Ipad

Post by garfield2344 » Thu Dec 07, 2017 8:51 am

Back in 2012 I ran Karaoke on my mac computer and used kjams and all worked perfect. I love the program. Now I am singing professionally and have downsized everything and I'm running my music on an iPhone. I'm using iTunes now but would love to continue to use kjams but it does not work on an iPad or iPhone. Hopefully one day!!!!!

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Re: Ipad

Post by dave » Sun Dec 10, 2017 8:38 pm

yes, for now you can use KaraokeAnywhere, which offers pitch correction while playing

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