Laagi Chhoote Na (Lata & Rafi Oldie) by Adina and Hemanth

08 April 2014 Cover - Friends, I have been offline from active Muziboo listen...

10 days ago | 51 comments | 51 plays

Aa Gup Chup Gup Chup Pyar Karen (duet cover) Parasmani an...

15 March 2014 Cover - Friends, Happy Holi :-)! I am overjoyed to present my c...

about 1 month ago | 59 comments | 45 plays

Omkara Naadhaanu (Sankarabaranam) Homage to Cinematograph...

*13 Feb 2014 Cover* - Friends, Sorry for the early upload. I listened to a r...

2 months ago | 43 comments | 73 plays

Can You Feel The Love Tonight (Elton John) Hemanth

*09 Feb 2014 Cover* - Friends, this is one of the most beautiful romantic son...

2 months ago | 45 comments | 50 plays

Muthumani Maalai (Tamil duet) 20th Wedding Anniversary co...

*02-Feb-2014 Cover* - Folks, Suja and I attempted this mega-romantic song, a ...

3 months ago | 39 comments | 64 plays

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About Hemanth




Dear friends,

Music is divine…., and So Are You…., for checking me out :-) !!

I am an amateur music enthusiast with diverse interests. I used to participate in a small band named Kashish at Dallas between 2009 & 2011.

I love singing songs from multiple languages: Tamil (my native language), Hindi (Rashtriya Bhaasha), & Telugu (can be considered my 2nd native language). I also sing select few songs from Malayalam, Bengali, Marathi, & Western.

In addition to singing, I do play a few instruments: Keyboard, Mridangam (South Indian Percussion), and a little bit of Vertical Flute.

I tend to thoroughly enjoy and entertain myself, while I endeavor to entertain my friends and family with my (amateur) music :-) ….

Many thanks for visiting, and kind regards,



Joined on August 12, 2009 and posted 3784 comments, 3 replies and started 0 discussions

Musical Instruments

My uploads are recorded either during rehearsals, or recorded at home just for fun.

I`used to use my Yamaha Tyros3 keyboard for my voice recording. It is an “all-encompassing-instrument”, and is truly immense pleasure to work with.

I have however upgraded to recording directly to laptop using a Steinberg USB Audio Interface, and to mixing effects using its software application, and to finally mastering using Audacity. Thanks to friends out here for coaching me on these fronts….