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jaxius    0
Do you ever find yourself humming a song whose title, to your frustration, you don't know or can't remember? New search Web site Midomi is designed to actually identify that song for you in as little as 10 seconds.

Launching in beta mode on Friday, Midomi allows people to search for a song by singing, humming or whistling a bit of the tune. The site then offers search results that include commercially recorded tracks or versions of the song recorded by others who have used the site. The technology also lets people listen to the exact section of each of the results that matched their voice sample.

Source CNET News.com

http://www.midomi.com/

cool site

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Slimy    12

Wow that's really cool!

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d4v1d05    13

Alot like shazam in the UK, except that's done on mobiles by calling 2580, they then send the name/title and can even send a ringtone... apparently... :p

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leovanham    3

I actuely thought about creating a site like that with the same concept a while ago but i figured that i don't know enough about voice recognition so i left it alone. :)

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chopyaedoff    0

It doesn't work very well - I tried about 10 different song and it didn't match any.

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yanowhiz    0

Just like Google it is only in beta. ;)

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Toxicfume    7

Uhh I always keeps getting the problem where it says Connection/Firewall problem, etc.

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+warwagon    9,932

still can't find my song

"Man I gotta get out of this town, man I gotta get out of this place"

Also in the song is

"took a train, took a train to alittle known town without a name"

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Umbrello    1

Yeah, that thing doesn't work for crap.

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Commodore Max    2

I doubt this will really succeed. Doesn't seem to work for most people ...

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Berserk87    49
And I thought http://www.songtapper.com/ was cool. Midomi is way cooler!

OMG!!!!!!!!!!!

I CANT BELIEVE IT FOUND MY SONG! i tried it with toxicity!!!!!! i clicked like every second doing the guiltair picking and drums xD omgomgomg :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

as for the the singing one i cant find a song if im playing it on my computer and put my mic to the speakers xD

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Punio4    1

Heh. Works really well. The ones it can't find isn't even in the database :)

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Punio4    1
Heh. Works really well. The ones it can't find isn't even in the database :)
OMG!!!!!!!!!!!

I CANT BELIEVE IT FOUND MY SONG! i tried it with toxicity!!!!!! i clicked like every second doing the guiltair picking and drums xD omgomgomg :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

YOU TOO :laugh: !?

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well...    0
Uhh I always keeps getting the problem where it says Connection/Firewall problem, etc.

me too using zone alarm on high and firefox 2

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Fourjays    106
as for the the singing one i cant find a song if im playing it on my computer and put my mic to the speakers xD

Same here, although I am using an A Capella parody of the song, which might make a difference...

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Darkstar Industries    1
Uhh I always keeps getting the problem where it says Connection/Firewall problem, etc.

Same. (N)

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ahfunaki    0

cingular has software like this on some of their phones...

it's like 99c every time you use it though...

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