Siglos Karaoke Professional

Siglos Karaoke Professional 2.2

Launches and runs custom karaoke sessions
4.8  (8 votes) (See all)
Run and configure the presentation settings of karaoke shows with the suite supporting audio files in P3+G, ZIP, BIN, MID, KAR and KMA formats. Background, interface skins, text size, and fonts are fully customizable. Adding the name of the current performer in real time is possible.

Karaoke is one of the staples at many parties, since many people enjoy singing along to modern hits. Siglos Karaoke Professional is a program that lets you play karaoke files to provide the entertainment at parties and gatherings. It has all the customary controls of volume, rewind, fast forward, and so on. It also lets you create playlists and shows you the relevant information of the song, such as the title, band/singer, and more.

An interesting feature is the Remote function. It allows your audience to access your show, hosted on the program's server, to see the songs that are available and to make requests, all of this from their own smartphones. Of course, to use this function, you will need to have an Internet connection available for you and the public.

A disadvantage is that the program does not have only one general interface, but several of them, which makes it difficult to use. Nevertheless, if you offer your services as a karaoke show provider, you may want to try this program.

The shareware version of the program only allows you to run the first two minutes of every song, and the database content is limited to 250 songs. Also, a "nag screen" appears frequently, which is really annoying. If you like the program and want to get rid of these limitations, then you will need to purchase a license.

Victor Hernandez
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Review summary


  • It includes a remote function that allows people to connect to the party's site to make requests and browse song lists


  • The cost is not very affordable
  • It is not very easy to use
  • It has many small interfaces instead of one general interface
  • The "nag screen" is very intrusive and annoying
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