With the new DTH Karaoke service, you can enjoy a sing-along at home
ALL you amateur singers no longer need to head to a pub or a karaoke party to croon your favourites. Your home can be the stage, thanks to the one-of-a-kind initiative (globally) by Tata Sky, in partnership with Hungama.com. Their DTH Karaoke service, a new video-based music service, plays videos along with lyrics, making the activity more interactive. a�?Every three to six months, Tata Sky introduces something new to keep the audience engaged. This service is one such initiative and ita��s for the family and people who want to be at home and enjoy a karaoke night,a�? says Vikram Mehra, chief commercial officer, Tata Sky.
Whata��s your score?
What adds to the fun is that along with singing, you can get your performance rated with the a�?Sur Metera�� feature. a�?Sur Meter will help you assess yourself and lends a helping hand when preparing for a competition,a�? adds Mehra. Whether ita��s a family get-together orA� a challenge with your siblings, the Sur Meter will boost the karaoke spirit.
The song library with the service will carry a number of popular romantic songs, party hits, and tracks by Sonu Niigaam, Shreya GhosalA� and other artists. Keeping the audiencea��s need to always be in tune with the latest tracks, Tata Sky will be updating the song library monthly.
A karaoke mic, along with a 12 month subscription, will cost Rs. 1,990. Details: tatasky.com
– Gayatri Nair