TheAudioDB.com is a community driven database of audio metadata. It is our aim to be the most simple and accurate source of Music data from all over the world. We also provide a repository of data that can be used in various types of HTPC software to make your viewing experience more visually appealing.
The API provides 3 functions. SearchLyric and SearchLyricsText to search the available lyric(s) and GetLyric to retrieve the lyric. SOAP API (beta) Our Simple Object Access Protocol Application Programming Interface is available to developers and end users who wish to use our database for their music project, website or application. Calls to the API are done using SOAP 1.1 or 1.2. The WSDL Service Description file can be found on api.chartlyrics.com/apiv1.asmx?WSDL For additional information please visit the API webpage. api.chartlyrics.com/apiv1.asmx and/or download example code using the SOAP web service from chartlyrics.codeplex.com
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Anyone can recall a time in life when he had some of the lyrics to a song stuck in his head but couldn’t quite remember the name of the song he was thinking of. As catchy as the words might be, the song name remains just on the tip of the tip of the tongue and just out of the race of memory.
Frustrating, right? Wouldn’t it be great if there was an app for that?
Never fear, music lovers! The Rapid API Marketplace is teeming with music lyrics APIs that developers can use to craft the perfect app meant to help users who are in this annoying bind. APIs like Genius and Shazam are full of detailed information on countless songs, including not only their lyrics but also metadata like the artist, the genre and so forth.
With Rapid APIs song lyrics APIs, forgetting songs can become a thing of the past and you can get right to just enjoying your favorite music.
In simple terms, it is a general template or set of programming instructions that apps can use to help users match the song lyrics they can remember to the songs they are trying to find, or vice versa. They are generally large databases of song information where lyrics are linked to things like song names, artists, album names, genres and other pertinent information. APIs like this can vary, and some may have features that others will lack, but they are all designed to handle at least this one basic task.
Music lyrics APIs are giant databases of songs, lyrics and other music information and metadata. All of these data are linked together within the database, such that particular lyrics for a particular song are linked to that song’s title, to its artist, the title of the album on which the song appears, its release year, its genre, and so on — all in a little bundle. The database is searchable, meaning that a search query for particular song lyrics will turn up results for the name of the song in which the lyrics appear, as well as other data bundled with that song. The APIs also return search query results in a format like JSON or XML, which apps can then take an process further, giving users a particular kind of experience in searching for song lyrics.
Primarily, they are meant for app developers who want to build apps that help users either find songs that use particular lyrics or find the lyrics to particular songs. They’re also useful as part of the architecture for more general music apps. But they aren’t just useful for developers; music lovers in general can benefit from these tools.
Memory is fallible. People sometimes forget the names of songs they’ve heard many times. A lyrics API is a crucial part of any well-designed app meant to fill in memory gaps like this. Thus, they’re important to both developers and to customers who want to find songs.
You can expect a large database of song lyrics, music information and metadata about countless thousands of songs, both popular and obscure. When integrated into a good app, the API will enable music apps to pull up any information about their favorite songs that users may desire. Developers can expect more streamlined app development. Users can expect to never struggle to remember songs again.
Yes. Rapid API offers a number of free APIs meant to help find song lyrics, including
Browse this list of mostly free lyrics APIs to help integrate song lyric metadata into your application or website. Access large music databases like musiXmatch, Spotify, and iTunes to provide the most up to date songs & lyrics.
All Song Lyrics APIs are available in multiple SDKs including:
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
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