LinuxDevices takes a look
at a personal media player, with a karaoke focus, that runs Linux. The device is specifically geared towards folks that want to tinker with the free software onboard. "The Cool-Karaoke stands apart from most personal media players (PMPs) that offer karaoke features due to its inclusion of 'lots of hardware audio mixers,' says the company. Unlike software mixers, hardware mixers let users mix their voices with the background music in real-time, receiving feedback through the earphone. The device is said to offer pitch shifting, high-sensitivity microphone reception, and vocal reduction, and to support multiple lyrics formats including LRC and simple text files.
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