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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 …

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lyricosis?

I prefer the English approach, i.e. it isn't caused by a disease, it's simply a "mondegreen".

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WTF?

Classic...

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

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Megaphone

@AC: Classic.

>> dum du du du du da du dum di da dum da da da dom

That's "Ode to Joy" from Beethoven's Ninth.

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Music OneBox...

...oh noooos theym soundin loik MICROSSSOFT!!!!

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Anonymous Coward

@AC-8:58pm

> 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.

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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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