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Singtrix: The Karaoke Machine That Makes You Sound Like a Rock God

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"Bohemian Rhapsody," the anthemic Queen song that few, if any, rational people would attempt singing — that's what I chose to belt out. My booming voice carried out of the conference room and into the hall, where a slowly gathering group of co-workers listened in wonder. I sounded awesome. In fact, I never sounded so good. It was my voice or at least my voice as interpreted by the tech wizardry behind Singtrix, a $299 karaoke/party singing kit that did things with my voice that I didn't think were possible. Invented by John Devecka, Eric Berkowitz, and Kai and Charles Huang, four people who helped create the tech behind Guitar Hero, Singtrix is a variation on that same theme. It uses your favorite songs and real-time interaction and processing to turn non-musicians into rock gods. In other words, it's like the ultimate karaoke machine: one that makes you sound like you can actually sing. "If you're bad, you'll sound good. If you're good, you'll sound great," explained Devecka. The...
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