When it arrives advanced technology side and seam even with iOS devices, Apple Music has Spotify well and honestly beaten. The Swedish software giant has the same library as Apple and well-known algorithms for music, but Apple Music has the Swedes beating on technology: Support for lossless audio, sound that works in Apple’s popular headphones and high-end headphones, and one of the best sounds it presents on the market.
And now, Apple is revealing another technology. Apple Music Sing, available later this month, will give subscribers the ability to turn millions of popular songs on the platform into silent songs, all powered by machine intelligence and interactive technology.
Soon, you will be able to pretend to be your favorite artists. It’s a great trick that will work on the latest iPhones and iPads, as well as the latest 4K Apple TV model, if you want to have a band playing in the living room.
Apple is adding a fader to the music player that adjusts the volume of each song supported by the new feature. The timing of the lyrics has also been improved.
People who already like to use Apple Music to play music for entertainment or watch TV shows will already be familiar with the updated music feature. It now displays the words at the time they appear in the songs, and can show where the background vocal lines are instead of quickly merging two sets of background and front voices together. There’s even a way to place multiple singers’ voices on each side of the screen, making it easy to sing songs from multiple musicians together. (Android users will see the new text feature, but won’t get the scrolling text.)
This feature will only work in the Apple Music catalog at the same time; the project is focusing on the most popular songs first, then bringing this technology down to less popular songs over time. At launch, Apple Music will present a dedicated playlist of 50 popular songs that you can sing along to, highlighting examples that best demonstrate its creative abilities.
The Development of Music
One thing I would love to see in this line is an update to the audio production software developed by Apple Logic that allows musicians and labels to add their own rhythms and tempos to create audio tracks. This will allow the artists to give their control information to the series with headphones made by Apple such as AirPods Max that support audio. A solution like this could make the technology for songs that don’t have a chance to make it to the top 50 possible, which rely heavily on popular music. It would be a DIY type plus Apple could link to its service to help small artists and labels take advantage of these features.
However, for the millions and millions of us who watch Carpool Karaoke, or who like to embarrass (or show off!) singing in public with our friends, there’s no better way to do it that I can think of than Apple. Sing a Song. And now Apple Music Sing will make built-in karaoke a necessity everybody and iOS device can use, Spotify should really tremble in its moose boots.