Google has officially rolled out its new music-search service, after widespread rumors it was on the way. The web giant unveiled the service - dubbed Music OneBox - at an event in West Hollywood, California, this afternoon, The New York Times reports. Music OneBox is essentially a beefed-up search result. If you type a song …
I prefer the English approach, i.e. it isn't caused by a disease, it's simply a "mondegreen".
So you're saying that it can identify the tune from what I type in?
dum du du du du da du dum di da dum da da da dom
>> dum du du du du da du dum di da dum da da da dom
That's "Ode to Joy" from Beethoven's Ninth.
...oh noooos theym soundin loik MICROSSSOFT!!!!
> So you're saying that it can identify the tune from what I type in?
There is a service almost like that. Search for songtapper, you tap out tunes on the spacebar.
Where is it?
Tried to find the Google service. Even clicking on their example searches just returns me an ordinary page of Google results, nothing music-related whatsoever.
Also, @AC 20:34 - Songtapper sounds great, but that too seems to have disappeared from the face of the internet.
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