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What the heck is the meaning of karaoke anyway?
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To answer this question we turn to the local Karaoke Expert of the Pacific Northwest, E.T. We are told that according to "SoundChoise" brand Karaoke products, the English translation for Karaoke would be "Empty Orchestra". This info can be confirmed on the Sound Choise "It's Showtime" graphic cdg. "It is a form of entertainment, originally from Japan, in which recordings of the music but not the words of popular songs are played, so that people can sing the words themselves: a karaoke bar/machine/night." (from Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary) Some people think ...and I quote... "The definition of karaoke is... a bunch of people who shouldn't be drinking, listening to a bunch of people who shouldn't be singing." (from Karaoke2k.com Tacoma WA)
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Hi, just want to ask you how I can be a musician after a karaoke singer.
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A very good question!
First, to be a musician instead of just a singer, you
need to choose an an instrument! Then you need to
learn to play it! Look up Music Lessons and Music
Stores in the yellow pages of your phone book to find
a good teacher and the right instrument for you.
Guitar is easy and popular, but here is also piano and
horns and other great choises.
Next you need to go to jam sessions and meet other
musicians who may want to form a band. (Go to local
music store and check the reader board as well). Then
get an ajent or manager, (after practicing really hard
and getting tight). The ajent will get you gigs or
venues to play, and then you are off and running! Do
not forget to buy or rent all the gear you need such
as a P.A., and lights and stuff!
Good Luck, and keep singing! It all comes with time,
practice, and most of all a good attitude!
Let's see what our webmaster thinks too...
Yes ET, a very good question.
I think singers are also considered to be musicians though.
Their voice is their instrument. And to be professional will
require just as much work as required of any other instrumentalist.
Seek out the best teacher, or better yet, seek out the best school.
Karaoke is fun and helpful, but not enough of an education to really
qualify you. Sight singing may be very important and it will require
you to learn about musical notation. Music theory and history are also
very important as are studying the styles of music.
Enroll in a good university and find a vocal coach. Music is among the
most competitive fields of employment, so you must be fanatical in your
approach. Above all, ...sing, sing, sing!
F.Davies (ET's webmaster)
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