A New Thing to Do at Planet Hollywood: MyStudio
Last updated: March 21, 2012 at 11:48 am. Posted by Las Vegas Blog Staff in Las Vegas Casinos, Las Vegas Hotels, Planet Hollywood Resort, Things to Do in Las Vegas. Comments Off on A New Thing to Do at Planet Hollywood: MyStudio.
We’re always looking for fun new things to do in Las Vegas, and the MyStudio recording booth at Planet Hollywood appears to qualify. Bonus: People who use this innovative, compact recording studio to audition through April 15 could end up appearing on “The X Factor.”
The MyStudio HD Recording Studio is located next to Planet Hollywood’s sports book, and in honor of its opening has partnered with Simon Cowell’s “The X Factor” to host Las Vegas auditions for the popular TV talent search.
MyStudio auditions for “The X Factor” are also happening in Honolulu, Phoenix, Nashville, New Jersey, Los Angeles and New England.
The MyStudio booth allows performers to record high quality videos in a private recording studio environment. In the case of “The X Factor” auditions, singers can submit their audition video directly to the show while at the MyStudio location inside Planet Hollywood.
Beyond the “The X Factor” audition process (which, as we said, ends April 15, 2012), MyStudio promises to be a fun diversion for Vegas visitors for some time to come.
MyStudio is a self-contained audio/video recording studio that results in HD broadcast-quality video. MyStudio can be used to create videos for music, comedy, auditions, personal messages and other greetings. Possible use: Make a Vegas-themed video to let your friends and family back home know how much fun you’re having without them.
A green screen in the booth lets guests choose from 1,000 virtual backgrounds.
MyStudio also offers thousands of karaoke tracks to sing along to as well (“The X Factor” auditions are done a cappella). The best part of people doing karaoke in the MyStudio booth? The booth is sound-proof so the rest of us don’t have to hear it! Or perhaps that’s just a personal preference of this blog. Moving on.
A recording session for up to five minutes costs $20.
Within minutes of a video being recorded, the videos are uploaded to the MyStudio Web site for viewing and sharing. MyStudio shoots you an e-mail to let you know where you and your friends can find your video online.
Find out more about MyStudio on the official site.