Why looking for another app while this functionality is baked in into Cortana on Windows 10?
After launching, Cortana says “Ask me anything.” Simply ask her any
one of the following questions: What song is this?, What song is
playing?, What’s the name of this song?, or What’s playing right now?.
Use Cortana’s Music Shortcut
Yes, Shazam has been discontinued, as of Feb. 7, 2017,and no longer appears in the Microsoft App Store as an available download.
However the good news is that;
Shazam will continue to work until or unless it becomes incompatible
with a different version of Microsoft’s operating system.
What you can do in the meantime is downloading the application ...
I am unsure if this is good enough...
The service mooma.sh gave me the following result: Craig Riley - Hangin' Out (alongside another useless result).
Craig Riley - Hangin' Out sounds very similar to the song on the video. I had to listen multiple times to make sure I was not listening to the same song.
I believe in Craig Riley - Hangin' Out the melody ...
There is an app called "Encore" which is a fully featured music player with a lyrics finder and music recognition. It's free and open source, Here are the links to Github, GooglePlay and the xda forums thread.
Possibly one of the app's downsides is that you can't launch quickly the recognition activity with a widget (last time I checked) - you have to enter ...
If you can match the instrumental version of the song to MusicBrainz I expect there will be the required links to the vocal version of the song even if it does have a different name. In MusicBrainz you should have a relationship linking the two.
For example here we have the instrumental version of Billie Jean by Michale Jackson, and as you can see if you ...
Have you used My Music Recognition before? It should accomplish what you are trying to do. It is able to take the sound from your sound card, look it up on a music database, and return the song information back to you. The application runs on Windows OS.
My Music Recognition (Free)
My Music Recognition uses a powerful audio recognition engine in order
Ear Training Practice at tonedear.com has several online exercises:
Intervals: In this exercise, you will hear two notes in sequence. Your goal is to identify the interval between the two notes.<br />
Chords: In this exercise, you will hear a chord. Your goal is to identify the type of chord that you heard.<br />
Scales: In this exercise, you ...
[Is this for Guitar? You mentioned E5.]
If you can find it, I would highly recommend "GuitarPro". I personally have version 5 so cannot speak to later editions, but this has the functionality that you speak of to my knowledge.
The interface will allow you to select a chord and can:
Show you alternative ways to play the chord anywhere on the neck
You can ...
What I found is AudioTag. (And I did just try it and it worked.)
It is an in-browser app, you upload your music (or you can provide a URL leading to the file) and it checks against a database to propose to you the most probable titles of the piece.
If you are only listening to music without vocals, I will suggest you to take any track in the +_ 30 range, put it in any Audio editing software like abelton, acid music studio and render that track at whatever BPM you want. That can be another alternative.
You can try Shazam on iPhone or Android.
It will detect the song whether it's instrumental or not. Once you know the name of the song you can search google or youtube for it. If there is an instrumental version of a song it will usually show up on the first or second page of the search results. If it doesn't then do a new search but when you search enter ...
Definitely overkill but Mixxx 2.0.0 includes a BPM detection and estimation and Bulk BPM analysis tool.
The reason that I say Overkill is Mixxx is a full DJs Mixing desk with a lot of other features.
Free, Gratis & Open Source (GPL).
Cross Platform - OS-X, Win & Linux
Corrections available for incorrectly detected beats, (see manual).
Saves the ...
Measuring BPM Beats Per Minute is a tricky issue - several of the Apps that I have found rely on you tapping the screen, keyboard or mouse in time to the music to detect the actual beats which is not ideal.
I did find lots of discussion on how to do it and a web site that claims to know the BPM of every track https://songbpm.com/ - not sure that the claim ...
Try the pyacoustid library, particularly the aidmatch.py script.
$ python3 /usr/share/doc/python-acoustid/examples/aidmatch.py 01.\ Dominium\ Maris\ Baltici.ogg
Sabaton - Dominium maris Baltici
It uses the AcoustID API, so you will require an internet ...
Here are few which I've tried:
Pitch Genie for Android
Transcribe sound into sheet music that can be saved and edited.
Not great for multiple instruments. Sometimes it crashes. See reddit post.
Music to notes for Android
Listens using your microphone and see the pitches that it hears to the common musical staff.
Accurate Music To Note Decoder for ...
Perhaps aubio can work for you?
Its features include segmenting a sound file before each of its
attacks, performing pitch detection, tapping the beat and producing
midi streams from live audio
It is a C library that claims to have no dependencies, but does have a Python wrapper and can work with Linux via JACK which looks to be compatible with ...