Barbara Streisand – Stoney End

 
Los subtítulos juegan un papel muy importante en las canciones karaoke ya que son estos los que indican el tempo de la voz principal. Sin estos subtítulos sería más difícil seguir correctamente el punto donde se debe encontrar nuestra voz en cada momento de la canción.
Se representan mediante un coloreado de la letra tal y como se muestra en la imagen adjunta en esta sección del artículo. El color de la letra debe contrastar con el fondo del video siendo una solución muy práctica en multitud de ocasiones trazar dicha letra con una línea gruesa, (aproximadamente 6 puntos en Photoshop) para conseguir el contraste perfecto con el fondo y lograr así la cómoda visualización de la letra.

 

 

 

 

Barbara Streisand – Stoney End

I was born from love
And my poor mother worked the mines
I was raised on the Good Book Jesus
Till I read between the lines
Now I don’t believe
I wanna to see the morning
Going down the stoney end
I never wanted to go
Down the stoney end
Mama, let me start all over
Cradle me, Mama, cradle me again
And I can still remember him
With love light in his eyes
But the light flickered out and parted
As the sun began to rise
Now I don’t believe
I want to see the morning
Going down the stoney end
That I never wanted to go
Down the stoney end
Mama, let me start all over
Cradle me, Mama, cradle me again
(Cradle me, Mama, cradle me again
Mama, cradle me again)
Never mind the forecast
‘Cause the sky has lost control
‘Cause the furry and the broken thunders
Come to match my raging soul
Now I don’t believe
I wanna to see the morning
Going down the stoney end
I never wanted to go
Down the stoney and
Mama, let me start all over
Cradle me, Mama, cradle me again
(Going down the stoney end
I never wanted to go
I never wanted to go)
I never wanted to go
Mama
I never wanted to go
(Going down the stoney end
I never wanted to go
I never wanted to go)

 

 

La primera máquina de karaoke la introdujo el cantante Daisuke Inoue, pero el éxito fue un poco por casualidad, ya que la gente asistente a sus conciertos insistía en poder cantar junto a él, gracias al experimento interactivo tan novedoso. Cuando el cantante vió el gran potencial del invento, lo patentó en un primer modelo consistente en una máquina a la que había que echar una moneda para que funcionase

 

 

 

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En América y Europa se hicieron bastante conocidos este tipo de actividades, sobre todo en los bares, cuyo público era mayormente joven. Principalmente, el corazón del canto al vacío son las máquinas de karaoke, las que constan de una pantalla, mecanismo de supresión de voz, lector de DVD’s, además del sistema de sonido. Al principio, las máquinas tenían un lector de cintas, pero luego se cambió a las clásicas cintas de DVD’s. Se han llegado a abrir lugares especiales en los que sólo se puede hacer karaoke, además de comer y beber. Sin embargo, hay otros lugares que no están dedicados completamente a prestar el servicio del karaoke, pero establecen algunos días de la semana para ofrecerlo. Hoy en día, las máquinas son mucho más modernas, con pantallas de alta definición y de gran tamaño, al igual que un sonido potente. De igual forma, existen concursos a nivel mundial de esto e, incluso, han llegado a ser televisados.

 

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Karaoke is a way of singing with tracks of songs following the lyrics of the same printed on a screen or monitor and having all the accompanying musical accompaniment. Etymologically, it comes from the Japanese word kara, which means empty; and oke, Japanese abbreviation of the English word orchestra, orchestra. Which means that the orchestra plays “in a vacuum”, without a singer. This allows anyone to use it as an accompaniment to their singing.



Karaoke on the computer or personal computer. Initially Karaoke could only be enjoyed in specialized rooms with professional sound equipment such as microphones or monitors that showed the lyrics coloring at the tempo of the song, but with the technological advances in the field of personal computers and the appearance of new operating systems. which made it easier for programmers to perform complex computer applications began to appear new solutions which facilitated the entry of karaoke at the domestic level. This page is the true reflection of this!
If you do not know how to play it, watch this How to play the Karaoke
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Karaoke is a way of singing with tracks of songs following the lyrics of the same printed on a screen or monitor and having all the accompanying musical accompaniment. Etymologically, it comes from the Japanese word kara, which means empty; and oke, Japanese abbreviation of the English word orchestra, orchestra. Which means that the orchestra plays “in a vacuum”, without a singer. This allows anyone to use it as an accompaniment to their singing.



Karaoke on the computer or personal computer. Initially Karaoke could only be enjoyed in specialized rooms with professional sound equipment such as microphones or monitors that showed the lyrics coloring at the tempo of the song, but with the technological advances in the field of personal computers and the appearance of new operating systems. which made it easier for programmers to perform complex computer applications began to appear new solutions which facilitated the entry of karaoke at the domestic level. This page is the true reflection of this!
If you do not know how to play it, watch this How to play the Karaoke
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A small step for your finger, a big step for our page!
Karaoke is a way of singing with tracks of songs following the lyrics of the same printed on a screen or monitor and having all the accompanying musical accompaniment. Etymologically, it comes from the Japanese word kara, which means empty; and oke, Japanese abbreviation of the English word orchestra, orchestra. Which means that the orchestra plays “in a vacuum”, without a singer. This allows anyone to use it as an accompaniment to their singing.



Karaoke on the computer or personal computer. Initially Karaoke could only be enjoyed in specialized rooms with professional sound equipment such as microphones or monitors that showed the lyrics coloring at the tempo of the song, but with the technological advances in the field of personal computers and the appearance of new operating systems. which made it easier for programmers to perform complex computer applications began to appear new solutions which facilitated the entry of karaoke at the domestic level. This page is the true reflection of this!
If you do not know how to play it, watch this How to play the Karaoke
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A small step for your finger, a big step for our page!
Karaoke is a way of singing with tracks of songs following the lyrics of the same printed on a screen or monitor and having all the accompanying musical accompaniment. Etymologically, it comes from the Japanese word kara, which means empty; and oke, Japanese abbreviation of the English word orchestra, orchestra. Which means that the orchestra plays “in a vacuum”, without a singer. This allows anyone to use it as an accompaniment to their singing.
 



 
Karaoke on the computer or personal computer. Initially Karaoke could only be enjoyed in specialized rooms with professional sound equipment such as microphones or monitors that showed the lyrics coloring at the tempo of the song, but with the technological advances in the field of personal computers and the appearance of new operating systems. which made it easier for programmers to perform complex computer applications began to appear new solutions which facilitated the entry of karaoke at the domestic level. This page is the true reflection of this!
 
If you do not know how to play it, watch this How to play the Karaoke