Everyone who likes music likes to sing along with their favorite songs. Knowing the lyrics of the song is one thing, but the singer is quite another. Sometimes you can add a song to your playlist or even share it with others so they can search for it online or listen to it on their favorite local radio station. Of course, you can use Google or YouTube search to find a specific song, but there are hundreds or even millions of results, and sometimes the lyrics are the same as another song. As a result, you must listen to each result to find the desired song. To help you identify exactly who sang the song and even the year, music recognition software can come in handy in this situation. We have mentioned below the steps to identify music on Mac or PC.

Steps to Identify Songs on Mac or PC

Identify songs on Mac

Step 1: Now this Crab isi part of macOS X, you can use it to identify songs just like on iPhone and iPad. step 2: Open Siri or just say “hello siri” if you have it feature activated. Say something like “What song is playing?” or “name this song🇧🇷 Siri will hear the song and identify it for you. step 3: Just like on iOS devices, Siri is powered by Shazam🇧🇷 If you have Shazam installed, you can go straight to the song in the Shazam app, but you don’t need to have the Shazam app to use Siri’s song identification.

Identify songs on Windows PC

Step 1: On Windows 10, you can use Cortana to identify songs. Open Cortana (or say “Hey Cortana” if you have it turned on) and then say “What song is this?” Cortana will listen to the music using your device’s microphone and identify it for you. step 2: You can also identify songs playing on your PC this way, just make sure you’re not listening on headphones and your device’s microphone will pick up up the audio from your speakers.

Final Words

We hope you enjoy our article on how to identify songs on Mac or PC. The basis for song identification is the comparison of the song you are currently listening to with a fingerprint of that song stored in a database. It often doesn’t work when songs are played live, and it may not work if there are a lot of other noises present. Just type the lyrics into Google or another search engine if you can hear them. Services like Soundhound, Alexa and Shazam on your iPhone or Android phone can quickly identify music being played nearby. These tools may, however, not work on your PC.

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