Tali Tadmor, a music director and pianist for LA Opera Education and Community Programs and faculty at CalArts and CSUN, has created a system of karaoke opera tracks with a built-in recording module and accompanying conductor videos to take the guesswork out of singing with them. There are no editing tools, but a variety of key and tempi options are available for the library of opera, oratorio, and art song. You can record and save your work and use without restriction for auditions or social media content. You can also request tracks to be made.

There are several membership options, including a free basic membership, and all come with a free PDF-compatible Portfolio Page with your own domain name, where you can record songs, upload to your Portfolio Page, or download for use on your own site.

Free sample tracks are also available.

Check it out here! Also, check out their cute YouTube ad here.

Operafy has a wide database of pro piano tracks, and a built-in recording module to help you crank out that audition tape in 10 minutes for less money than an avocado toast. Operafy tracks are paired with conductor videos, so you never have to guess how long that fermata in "Caro mio ben" is ;) Opera karaoke doesn't work, but Operafy does! Come check out Fahad's suave conducting moves, and piano playing by yours truly, at www.operafy.com.


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