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.
Identify any song. Discover, artists, lyrics, videos & playlists to create a song detector site/application such as shazam.com
Use the Shazam Core API to define the song by uploading the file. Get detailed data on songs and artists. **Site:** www.shazam.com **Support**: [firstname.lastname@example.org](mailto:email@example.com) / t.me/api_tipsters
Deezer is the No. 1 site for listening to music on demand. Discover more than 30 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks.
Providing the Billboard chart rankings and information on titles, artists, lyrics, images, and more.
30,000 radio stations including the top radio stations in the world. Daily, weekly and monthly music charts + Now Playing songs.
Simple API for searching audio with broken metadata in media services. Posted task will convert your audio, with broken metadata, into a media service link. Currently only Spotify media service is supported.
Who doesn’t love music? APIs like Shazam help people learn about the musical world around them by connecting them to databases that can let them instantly know a song’s name, artist, lyrics, and more.
The mobile app Shazam is available on both Android and Apple. It allows users to discover more about the music in their lives. At the time of this writing, there are more than one billion users on Shazam.
When Shazam first started, inquisitive music lovers would dial ‘2580’ on their phones then hold it to the music sound they were trying to learn about. Within a short amount of time, they would receive a text alerting them to the song title and artist.
Today, it is the same premise, albeit faster. Say you are in a restaurant and can’t place the song playing, or you are grooving to it and want to learn more. You open the app, hit a button, and Shazam creates a digital file that it checks against its massive database. Within seconds, you learn not only the track name and recording artist but also the artist’s biography, the song’s lyrics, and even if any upcoming concerts are featuring the artist in your area.
Shazam works with many television shows as well.
Anyone who loves music can benefit from the Shazam API.
Music recognition APIs like Shazam help people educate themselves about the music they love.
The Shazam API has a massive database of music and television shows in its database. When you use Shazam and APIs like it, the API sends either a GET or POST request to the database through secure servers. It then returns the requested metadata of the music to the originating server. All of this can be expected to happen seamlessly and securely without exposing any personal information from the user’s device.
All Shazam APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
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