Singtrix – Home Karaoke System

The creators of Guitar Hero have come up with the next big thing in karaoke. Singtrix is an innovative karaoke machine that makes bad singers sound good and good singers sound amazing! You can sound like your favorite stars regardless of your natural singing ability. Singtrix instantly gives you the voice of a pro with it’s automatic pitch-correction, with no singing experience or skill required. You’ll sing in-tune with fuller tone and vocal control without the hours of practice. Singtriz features over 350 built-in professional vocal effects, including live backup harmonies created from your own voice.

The plug and play operation works with any music and any audio device. Sing along to songs from your personal music library, use karaoke tracks and apps, home studio compositions or streaming music videos. Tap into your inner rockstar, and sing like you were born to perform with Singtrix.

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