Can someone help me find this audio?



Asked by: Scott Johnson

How do I get Google to identify a sound?





Ask Google Assistant to name a song



On your phone, touch and hold the Home button or say “Hey Google.” Ask “What’s this song?” Play a song or hum, whistle, or sing the melody of a song. Hum, whistle, or sing: Google Assistant will identify potential matches for the song.

Can you search a song by audio?

On your mobile device, open the latest version of the Google app or find your Google Search widget, tap the mic icon and say “what’s this song?” or click the “Search a song” button. Then start humming for 10-15 seconds. On Google Assistant, it’s just as simple. Say “Hey Google, what’s this song?” and then hum the tune.

How do I do an audio search?

Turn on voice search

  1. On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google app .
  2. At the top right, tap your Profile picture or initial Settings. Voice.
  3. Under “Hey Google,” tap Voice Match.
  4. Turn on Hey Google.


Can you Shazam an audio file?





A new feature called Pop-up Shazam in the latest Android version of the app works with audio played through headphones with Shazam working in the background.

Can you identify this song?

Use Shazam to find out what you’re hearing on the radio, in a store, or anywhere else you hear a song. Then check your Shazam library to find songs you’ve identified, and discover new music based on what you’ve Shazamed.

Whats song is this?

Shazam is the most popular song identifier app in the market. It’s available on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch, as well as Android and Wear OS devices. Shazam has been fully integrated into the iOS system, even for Apple Watch.

How do I find a song by humming my iPhone?

Search app on your device. And then tap on the microphone icon located on the right side of the search bar. Now you will find the search a song option below the doors as indicated.

How do I find a song from a recording?

SoundHound can identify a song by listening to the melody – you can sing it, hum it or even whistle it. To start, just tap SoundHound’s orange button, and it will do its best to match your recording.



How do I Shazam on the same phone?

Open the Shazam app, swipe to the Library, then tap the Settings button . Turn on “Shazam from Pop-Up,” tap Go To Settings, tap Shazam, then turn on “Allow display over other apps.” While you’re in another app, tap the Pop-Up Shazam button to identify music playing in that app.

What is Shazam database?

Shazam stores a catalogue of audio fingerprints in a database. The user tags a song for 10 seconds and the application creates an audio fingerprint. Shazam works by analyzing the captured sound and seeking a match based on an acoustic fingerprint in a database of millions of songs.

Is Shazam free to use?

Shazam is available for iOS, Android, Mac, Apple Watch, Android Wear, and on the web. Yes, you can identify a song or show by enabling your computer’s microphone and hitting that button on its website! You can download the app for free and use it online with no hidden purchases.



How do I get Shazam to recognize a song?

Make your music discoverable



Once approved and submitted, you can verify your music is in the Shazam catalog in two ways: Go to Shazam on the web, then search for your artist name and song title. Shazam it!

Can you whistle into Shazam?

Run Shazam app on your device, make sure that it is running prior to your music playing. Then hold your device towards what you whistle, then tap on “Tag Now” to begin to identify. 2. Shazam will begin “Listening” to your whistling.

Can Siri Find a song by humming?

Like Siri, Shazam can’t recognize a tune that you sing or hum yourself. If you don’t want to use Google for that, then try the SoundHound app (Android or iOS). If you have a Pixel 2 or later Google Pixel phone, there’s a handy feature called Now Playing that’s built in.

Can you hum things to Shazam?

While Midomi allows users to search for music by singing or humming a tune, Shazam currently only allows users to find songs if they are played by the original artist – not hummed or sang by users.