How to Find the Song’s Name Without Knowing the Lyrics
This happens many times in our life when we are sitting in a restaurant with our friends.And Where it plays very beautiful music on FM Radio which we want to download OR You would love to buy a copy of that music album for yourself but the problem is that you didn’t get the lyrics so how do you find out the name of that song?
What is the name of this song? I don’t remember the lyrics”
There are many search engines in the world like Google, Bing, Yahoo. They also cannot help you unless you know some words about that song.In such a situation, it becomes very difficult to learn How identify the name of that lovely song?
But friends, luck is not always a havoc, luckily there are some very good ways that we can overcome this fate.
here are some of the best music recognition services that can help you discover song names without having to know the lyrics. You may use them to identify music playing from the radio, TV, Internet or that CD playing in the bar.
How to Find Music with using our Mobile Phones.
Friends, we can find music very easily using our smart phone.There are lots of applications thas allow to search music without knowing the song’s name
Lets Search music with Shazam app:-
Shazam is a such type of mobile application that allow you to find song names from your iPhone, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, Android or your Nokia S60 phone. You may also use Shazam on an iPod Touch provided you have an external microphone.
Name any song in seconds- Shazam will identify any music playing around you.
Shazam is a SUCH type of mobile app that recognises music and TV around you. It is the best way to discover, explore and share the music and TV you love. Shazam connects more than 1 billion people. It took us 10 years to reach 1 billion tags, 10 months to reach 2 billion, 3 months to go from 10 to 12 billion... It's an amazing app, available now in the Apple and Android stores. And we're always looking for new and innovative ways to delight our users.
HOW DOES SHAZAM WORK?
This is a very common question we get often asked from users. Here is a quick summary of the three main steps involved from the moment you Shazam until the magic happens.
1.Let's say you are in a shop and you like the music you're hearing. Start the app and tap the Shazam button.
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2.A digital fingerprint of the audio is created and, within seconds, matched against Shazam's database of millions of tracks and TV shows.
3.You are then given the name of the track and the artist and information such as lyrics, video, artist biography, concert tickets and recommended tracks.
Hold your iPhone up to some music and MusicID will tell you what song is playing. It’s a $3 iPhone App available worldwide but if you are on AT&T, you may also use your Blackberry, Windows Mobile or any Java phone to identify music with MusicID.
Like Shazam, MusicID works only with pre-recorded music and they also have an SMS based service for people in the US that doesn’t require any downloads – just dial a short code, hold your phone up to some music and you’ll get a text message with the result.
2. We can also find Song’s name using our voice.
There are many ways to find a song using your own voice, but I will tell you the best way,
The best one is an app called Midomi
Midomi :- If you have a tune that’s stuck in your head, just grab a microphone, hum that tune yourself and Midomi will be able tell you what that song is. Alternatively, you may play a short recording of that “unknown” track for Midomi to identify its name.
Unlike Shazam which is a mobile app, Midomi offers a web interface where you can can hum or sing for about 10 seconds and the service will then show you a list of matching songs. For best results, keep the volume bar in the green and avoid background noise.
Midomi provide free services for online users, but also Midomi have lunch thier mobile apps for iPhone, Android, Nokia Ovi and Windows Mobile phones. You can identify songs by holding your phone up to a speaker or by singing / humming the melody into the phone itself.
3. Record a short clip to identify the music
AudioTag – If you have a short recording of a song on your computer or your mobile phone, you may use the online music recognition service at AudioTag to figure out the exact name of that song.
You can upload a short audio snippet (or even a whole song) and Audio will try to identify the track title by comparing the audio to its own music database. For best results, you should either take a slice from the middle of the song or upload the whole song and the recognition engine will choose slices randomly by itself.
This can be especially useful if you can record a portion of the song on your mobile device, and then check out the song’s information whenever you go online.
4. Identify Music with help of humans
A. WatZatSong – When computers fail to identify the song that you are looking for, you can take the help of human being who may have an idea about that song.
WatZatSong (“What’s that song?”) is a social site where you can upload a short MP3 audio recording of the song (or record yourself by humming) and other members of the site can then help you guess the exact song name. The suggestions won’t come instantly but you can make their task a bit easier by proving more details about the song like the language in which it is sung or the music style.
You can cross-post the same WatZatSong request to other social sites like Twitter, Facebook, etc. so your entire network can help you in the search.
4b. Name My Tune – Sing or hum a short clip of the song you are trying to find the name of. Once you are done recording and enter the Genre and Era that you think the song most likely fits in. They’ll send you an email when other people on that site are able to recognize your tune.
5. Use a virtual keyboard to find the song name
5a. Musipedia – With Musipedia, you can search for a song by either playing it on a virtual piano keyboard or by whistling it to the computer using any microphone.
Musipedia is styled after Wikipedia and works best at finding classical music. Unlike Shazam which can will only find songs that exactly match the recording, Musipedia can identify all music that contain a particular melody that you just recorded by humming or through the computer keyboard.
5b. MelodyCatcher – If you can play the tune on a virtual keyboard, MelodyCatcher can help you find the name of the song tune you’re looking for.
With a simple Java-based onscreen keyboard, simply use your mouse to enter the melody, click search, and MelodyCatcher will show you a list of matching songs from across the web. You do not need to enter the full melody: the first 5-7 notes will usually be sufficient to identify a melody.