Do you have a tune or melody stuck in your head and you can't figure out what it is? Enter Musipedia, a searchable collection of tunes, melodies and musical themes.
There is nothing more annoying than having a melody stuck in your head and not knowing what is it is!! Musipedia has saved me from such delerium numerous times since I discovered it.
From Musipedia's site:
"Musipedia uses the "Melodyhound" melody search engine. You can find and identify a tune even if the melody is all you know. You can play it on a piano keyboard, whistle or sing it to the computer, or directly use the Parsons code. To "name that tune", you don't need to know the key signature, exact rhythm, or intervals."The more of the melody you can input the better your results will be.
So give Musipedia a try today.
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