Music or melody is a great tool that many people can hum to relax, research has also shown that listening to music can reduce anxiety, blood pressure, depression and pain as well as improve sleep quality, mood, mental alertness, and memory.
There are times when you listen to a song that you have never heard before on the radio or streets, the song could sound very good to your hearing that you would want to get to know the song but the big problem here is you don’t actually know the song let alone the lyrics or artist.
Another case could be when you listen to a particular song and you try to sing the song after a while, you find yourself humming the tune, so how do you identify any song by humming the tune? Let’s find out.
Some years back, maybe no one would ever had believed or perhaps thought that it could be possible to identify a song without the lyrics or by just humming the tune. Well guess what!! Technology had made it possible. There are now several voice pressing softwares and song recognition applications you can use to identify any song by simply humming the tune.
Applications that Can be Used to Find any music by Humming the Tune.
SoundHound makes it easy and simple to discover music playing around you. All you have to do is to just hit the big orange button and SoundHound will tell you the exact song playing.
Do you have a song stuck in your head and you don’t know or remember the lyrics? Just hum the tune and then SoundHound will identify the song.
Midomi is a powerful voice-search engine website that will let you sing or hum a tune to identify a song. It takes just about 10 seconds for Midomi to identify a song by humming the tune.
The good about Midomi is that its community is very large with new users registered everyday and music lovers that constantly add to the website’s database. So virtually every song in this planet on any language can be identified.
Shazam is unarguably the best and most popular music recognition application.
Shazam can identify virtually every song around the world in seconds but the bad thing about it is that it does not identify songs by humming the tune alone but it does shows lyrics and every other information about the song that has been identified.
Musipedia is said to be the Music version of Wikipedia and you know what that means right? Wikipedia has got many information on it and since it has Musipedia is the music version of it, you would barely search for a song or hum a tune and you won’t find it.
It has different options that can be used to identify a song by humming the tune or by whlisting the tune to your PC.
Musipedia is very similar to Midomi.
This is an online application with the world’s largest collection of song lyrics used by millions of people to get instant synchronised lyrics for Youtube, Spotify, Pandora and more.
Apart from displaying lyrics, it can also be used to identify unknown songs by simply typing in some lyrics.
Other Applications that can be used to Identify any Song.
If you own an Android smartphone or iPhone, you might not even need to download other song recognition apps. On Android, just say “Ok Google, Identify this song” and Google Assistant will identify the song.
On iOS, just say “Hey Siri, what’s this song” Siri will identify any song playing in the background. However, this apps don’t work for humming the tune to identify a song.
So that’s all folks!! Using any of these applications listed above would identify any song playing around you without lyrics and by humming the tune.