Weekly summary of October 24, 2016

We are pleased to feature Million Reasons, Blue Skies and On an Evening in Roma (Sott'er Celo de Roma) among the 23 tracks in Instrumental Version that have been added this week on Karaoke Version. Discover the latest Backing Tracks as made famous by Lady Gaga, Ella Fitzgerald, or Michael Bublé.

Weekly summary of October 17, 2016

We are pleased to feature 24K Magic, Secret Love Song, Pt. II and I Will Survive among the 24 tracks in Backing Tracks that have been added this week on Karaoke Version. Discover the latest MP3 instrumental karaoke as made famous by Bruno Mars, Little Mix, or Postmodern Jukebox.

Weekly summary of October 10, 2016

We are pleased to feature Close to My Fire, Lipstick and Ein Teil von meinem Herzen among the 22 tracks in MP3 instrumental karaoke that have been added this week on Karaoke Version. Discover the latest Instrumental Version as made famous by Beth Hart, Runaway June, or Jonathan Zelter.

Weekly summary of October 03, 2016

We are pleased to feature Blue Ain't Your Color, The Greatest and Jij bent daar among the 38 tracks in Instrumental Version that have been added this week on Karaoke Version. Discover the latest Backing Tracks as made famous by Keith Urban, Sia, or Jan Smit.

Unleash your talent, set it free!

What do Lady Gaga and Michael Jackson have in common? Beyond their over-the-top costumes and on-stage antics, they both have major talent!

For decades, scientists have been studying the connection between eccentricity and creativity. It seems that those that more readily express their creativity in outside of the box ways have a higher distributed cognition (a different way of processing knowledge that heightens creativity). So Lady Gaga's getups and Michael's beloved chimp Bubbles are actually proof of their creativity.

For the musicians and singers amongst us that are less eccentric, this means that letting go a little may get those creative juices flowing and in turn push us to think differently and improve in ways that we wouldn’t normally.

7 expert tips for better articulation

Singing carries a message with it. If your articulation of the song's words isn't at its best or if it's drowned amongst style effects, the song's message will need to be decoded by the listener.

Unlike with a conversation, when you're singing, your listener can’t politely interrupt you with “Sorry, I didn’t catch that.” So, while you may be singing beautifully, when the message is garbled you risk frustrating and confusing your listener and ultimately diminishing the experience.