Nayio Gives New Meaning to “Hum Me a Few Bars . . .”

Nayio has launched a new search tool which will guide consumers to songs even when they don’t remember the words. All the consumer has to do is hum a few bars into the computer’s microphone and the search tool will find the words. Through a partnership with Napster, the service cross-references the hummed melody with Napster’s huge library of more than three million songs to deliver a list of potential matches. Each resulting match includes a NapsterLink, which directly links to the song on the Napster.com Web site. Hummers can then use Napster’s Web-based service to listen to the song for free or purchase it for downloading. Now, you can quickly unchain that melody that you just can’t place with its lyrics or artist.

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