How many times have you been sitting around with friends and family, or just by yourself, and song you know pops into your head for absolutely no good reason? But thanks to Google, those frustrating 'naaa naaa naa nan nan naa' efforts can now be avoided.
On your mobile device, open the latest version of the Google app or search for Google search, tap the microphone icon and say "What is this song?"
In a delight for music lovers, Google has announced a new capability where you can hum, whistle or sing a melody to find out the song that has been stuck in your head - no lyrics, artist name or flawless pitch required. And here's how it works.
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The feature will initially be available for users in the U.S. and the first models to be integrated will be Volvo and Porsche. Finally, start humming, singing or whistling the tune to get your results.
Google also reassures users, "you don't need flawless pitch to use this feature". I asked the question, then hummed the first few seconds of "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" from The Charlie Daniels Band.
"The algorithms also take away all the other details, like accompanying instruments and the voice's timbre and tone".
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The new feature builds on the work of Google AI Research team's music recognition technology. Or click the button "Search for a song", Google explained. The feature is working with the help of machine learning models to "transform the audio into a number-based sequence representing the song's melody", that it is comparing to existing songs.
"This feature is coming soon to the Google app on iOS, she said".
Kumar said: "We all know how frustrating it is when you can't remember the name of a song or any of the words but the tune is stuck in your head. All we need is a hum", Google said.
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