December 6, 2022
Apple introduced Apple Music Sing
Apple Music extends the world-class music experience with something new so fans can easily sing to tens of millions of songs.
CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA Apple today announced Apple Music Sing, an exciting new feature that allows users to sing along to their favorite songs with customizable lyrics.1 and real-time voices. Apple Music Sing offers multiple lyric ideas to help fans lead, create dubs, sing backup, and more – all integrated into an unparalleled Apple Music song experience. Combined with an ever-growing catalog featuring tens of millions of the world’s best songs, Apple Music Sing makes it fun and easy for anyone to participate, however wherever they choose.
Apple Music Cula will be available later this month to Apple Music subscribers worldwide, and can be enjoyed on iPhone, iPad, and the new Apple TV 4K.
“The Apple Music music experience is one of the most popular features of our service,” said Oliver Schusser, vice president of Apple Music and Beats. “We already know our users around the world love to follow their favorite songs, so we wanted to develop this offering even further so that they can be more involved in music through singing. It’s really fun, our customers will love it. “
Apple Music Sing includes:
- Modified words: Users now have control over song volume levels. They can sing along to original lyrics, lead, or remix millions of songs in the Apple Music catalog.
- Real time words: Users can sing along to their favorite songs with animated voices that dance to the beat of the lyrics.
- Afterwords: Vocal lines that are sung simultaneously can live independently of the main vocals to make it easier for users to follow along.
- Duet View: Multiple singers appear on different sides of the screen to create dubs or multi-singer songs that are easy to sing along to.
Apple Music will launch a suite of more than A list of 50 dedicated songs features popular songs, riffs, choruses, and anthems that have compelled people around the world to sing along – perfectly tailored to the Apple Music Sing experience.
- Apple Music Cula will be available later this month to Apple Music subscribers worldwide.2
- Apple Music Cula will be available on all compatible iPhone and iPad models and the new Apple TV 4K.
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About Apple Music
Apple loves music. Apple revolutionized the music experience with the iPod and iTunes. Today, award-winning Apple Music celebrates musicians, songwriters, producers and fans with a catalog of more than 100 million songs, curated playlists, and artist interviews, chats, and world premieres via Apple Music Radio. With original content from the most respected and loved people in music, autoplay, time-synchronized songs, lossless audio, and immersive sound supported by Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos, Apple Music offers the world’s best listening experience, helping listeners discover new music and enjoy it. who they love while empowering the global artist community. Apple Music is available in more than 165 countries and territories on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, Apple Watch, Apple TV, HomePod mini, CarPlay, and online at music.apple.com, as well as popular speakers, smart TVs , and Android. and Windows tools. Apple Music is ad-free and never shares customer data with third parties. More information is available at apple.com/apple-music.
- The voice slider adjusts the volume of the voice, but does not completely remove the voice.
- This feature is not available to Apple Voice Plan subscribers.
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