LadDiDa: Reverse Karaoke for Your iPhone

March 8, 2010

12:40 am

Now, personally, I am not much of a karaoke singer; I never could get the nerve up to stand in front of a crowd and have strangers hear my horrific singing voice. However, if I could sing into my iPhone instead and have my voice laid over the song track in the privacy of my own home, that might work better for me ;). Enter

Khush Inc., founded by music technology enthusiasts at the Georgia Tech Music Intelligence Lab, develops music applications for mobile phones.

The company’s iPhone app, called LaDiDa, is a reverse karaoke application. When you sing into the phone, LaDiDa analyzes your voice and composes music to match. You can even submit your songs to a main library and listen to songs submitted by other users.

Download the LaDiDa applicationLaDiDa

Check out the demo videos (below).

LaDiDa Reverse Karaoke Live Demo from khush on Vimeo.

Erik Fikkert Performs with LaDiDa from khush on Vimeo.

It looks like a pretty cool app. Hopefully, soon they will have an app for the Android as well. I would definitely play with it, and I know my kids would love it!

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Jimmy Gardner is a Senior Unix/Windows Engineer, a lover of technology and photography. Follow him online at @jjgardner3 and enjoy his portfolio at

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