A karaoke application that allows users to create playlists, customize the background color and image of the karaoke pane, and apply various preset or custom special audio effects
Karma is an audio application that helps users set up karaoke sessions by letting them view the lyrics for various audio files.
The layout may seem a bit overwhelming at a first glance, as you don’t know where to get started. However, you can make the program display tooltips for understanding the function of each built-in dedicated parameter.
Karma gives users the possibility to upload an entire folder to the list and add multiple singers to the database by providing details about them, such as first and last name, as well as email addresses.
What’s more, you can switch to a full-screen mode for a better focus on your work, track the history of played songs for the selected singers, and lock the keyboard so other users cannot close the program accidentally,
Other important features worth mentioning are represented by the possibility to select between various special audio effects (e.g. applause, bomb explosion, scream) or upload your own MP3 or WAV files, and perform search operations.
Karma lets you use an equalizer, create playlists and save them to a file, alter the volume and pitch, increase or decrease the lyrics time duration, play a song from the beginning, play or pause the current audio selection, as well as go to the next track in the playlist.
The application comes packed with several customization options designed to help you change the background color or image for the karaoke pane, display a custom text message with the name of the next singer, as well as make the utility reveal the song titles.
Last but not least, you can change the look of the application by selecting from various themes, and manually set the margins of the karaoke panel.
All in all, Karma bundles a handy set of parameters but the layout is not very intuitive, so rookies may spend some trying to configure the dedicated parameters.
We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used Karma and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂