If you’re looking for easy-to-use karaoke software, OkeOke is a free karaoke software that also is able to be used as a media management application. OkeOke is able to be used on any Windows operating system. OkeOke uses a local database to store all media information. This keeps files and other information completely secure.
OkeOke’s easy to use interface offers a ‘Google’ style search function. All users have to do is type a keyword and the application will scan its database as well as the internet for the requested file. Users are also able to use the system of ‘masking’ characters. this includes using the question-mark for single characters and the ‘star’ for any string. Users are also able to select songs and control playlists, remotely; using such portable devices as smartphones, iPod touch and so forth.
There are a variety of different options available within the Mplayer interface in which to play files. Users are able to select the audio track or channel, adjust pitch and various other equalizing operations. Being able to make these adjustments to any music file is important for karaoke purposes. The Mplayer, also does not rely on the use of preinstalled codec’s on the user’s machine. OkeOke builds its own popular codec and provides many others in its “running” file. This allows users to move the application around on an external disk. OkeOke also has its own ZMplayer which is able to be used to play any media files.
As mentioned above, OkeOke uses an SQL database to store all media files and information. Member data is also stored in this system and it is considered to be one of the most secure systems available today.
This free karaoke software, OkeOke, also allows users to record their own music after setting up audio equipment. Once he or she has finished singing or playing their song, he or she only need save it to their pre-configured folder. With the song or music saved in the folder, users have the options of either making their own CD or uploading it to OkeOke’s website and allowing friends to listen to their rendition.