Placeholder song

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HowardBrazee
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Placeholder song

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Yesterday, at our senior-housing Karaoke night, I had two people who wanted a time without actually playing a Karaoke song.

One played his trumpet, and the other was a handicapped person who just sang a song.

So I put in a place-holder song for them and skipped it when it was time to play.

I'd like to actually *have* a place-holder song instead of picking a real one. A song that maybe had a title, or maybe be completely empty. Either that or have kJams do this somehow.

Could someone here create a dummy song that could be shared with me (and others)?

Thanks

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Re: Placeholder song

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:shock:

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Re: Placeholder song

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Just pick ANY song in your library, duplicate it in the Finder, rename it whatever you want, import it into kJams, and use that as you placeholder.

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I'd like it to be virtually zero length, so that I can "play" it.

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download the trial version of Adobe Audition, create a ten second silence WAV file, save that, then import it and give it a nice name :)

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Re: Placeholder song

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So a .wav file is sufficient. Thanks. (I do have a copy of John Cage's 4'33'' in my iTunes, but it is too long)

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sure, or AIFF, which is essentially the same thing

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