Description :
One of the most popular karaoke player in the world and formerly released as 'vanBasco's MIDI Player,' vanBasco's Karaoke Player plays Karaoke and standard MIDI (.mid) files for the pleasure of karaoke fans.

Key Features :
- Customizable windows: the user can customize the window by changing fonts, background image, colors and number of lines. A resizable window or full-screen opens the lyrics. There is a real-time MIDI output window that shows notes, volumes, and instrument. It is offering several windows: the reader, mixer, the lyrics window, keyboard and virtual playlists.

- What can you do? Indeed, like any other karaoke player, you can change the tempo, the volume, and of course the key. Depending on the song lover, he/she can mute or play solo individual selections of instruments. All the changes can be saved to the playlist for later use. More than that: it can change the songs by means of work on different tracks file karaoke, remix, tempo change, key, etc.

- Graphical user-interface: this well-known karaoke player has an easy-to-use intuitive graphical user-interface that supports integration with Microsoft web-browsers and Netscape. The user can also change the appearance of the main interface through skins.
- Free: Karaoke fans can enjoy this freely meaning that this is available for use at no cost or for an optional fee.

System requirements:
- Net Framework 2.0
- Windows 95/98/ME/NT 4/2000/XP

Pros :
- Easy to use
- Many options for changing tracks
- Ability to download a free patch for a French version
Cons :
- The default version is in English only


Alternative spelling: vkaraoke.exe
Latest update on August 9, 2012 at 12:08 AM.


Its a real cool Karaoke player. Love all the features. Would be nice to have an option to view guitar chords or Piano chords display.
Thanks again.

Main Points thanks
Weak Infos again thanks
Registration date
Saturday January 10, 2009
Last seen
January 11, 2009

Main Points I and my friends love singing...
Registration date
Monday April 28, 2008
Last seen
July 19, 2012

Main Points Not complicated.
Weak Infos Nothing to say.