Music detection and recognition

Would be great to have a "shazam" capability built into spotify.

 

would save having to run shazam, do detection, then go into spotify, find the name of the song, and then finally play it

Updated: 2015-11-17

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Comments
ABenz
Newbie

I have been wanting this feature since I first purchased Spotify!! Because I will Shazam a song that I like while in a store or driving and can not immediately go to Spotify and search for it, so then I end up just forgetting about it. As a result I'm not listening to the new music that I would like to be.

demonpiccolo
Newbie

I'd like to know when Soundhound integration comes to Switzerland...

Peter__
Community Legend
Status changed to: New Idea

Changed back to "new idea" status - once this idea reaches 100+ kudos the Spotify staff will review it again and decide on a new status. ~ Peter

arthursh3n
Roadie

That is a great idea~

rujlis
Casual Listener

So many times I wish I could "shazam" a song to listen to or add to a playlist on the go but it's just too cumbersome. It would be great if this were built in in a wy that recognizes the song and takes you to that albums page and maybe plays the song. Maybe its a glorified search option initially but itd be a great addition!

richsbca
Newbie

I can't believe that you're going to wait for 100 kudos to do something rhapsody has been doing for years...  Whoever is delaying this gets a -100 kudos from me right off the bat!  I came from Rhapsody and was quite disappointed that I had to sacrifice this kick a** feature!  The Rhapsody app was giving me issues on my S5 so I decided to check out Spotify.  I like Spotify but if you guys are going to lag behind on features like this I’ll be a bit easier to lure away!

 

maxhannogehr
Newbie

@spotify staff

Just take a look on the solution of another streaming service (you'll find it;): No Integration of Shazaam or soundhound, just an own music detection integrated. What are you waiting for? Do you want to wait until a lot of people recognize it and change their musicstreming service?

DavSan28
Casual Listener
Amazing idea
armenh1
Newbie

I've been using Spotify heavily for the past month or so. This is one feature I've constantly been coming back to. It's such a long process. It would practically erradicate Shazam for me. 

I do recognize a problem with this, however. Since Spotify has a limited database of music (The Beatles and Tool, for example, are not licensed) you wouldn't be able to get to all the songs you want. So you could Shazam a Beatles song (audio n00b) but Spotify would get you the closest match (terrible karaoke cover) or nothing at all. 

 

So while Shazam can identify a song and link OUT to it, wherever it is sold/available, Spotify cannot because it would only loop back to Spotify. Unless they want to strike up agreements to link out like Shazam does, except that would be counter-intuitive to their product, because well... Spotify wants you to use Spotify. 

Maybe some day...

Zankard
Regular

To the guy above, this shouldn't be a problem. Spotify's database is only getting bigger and bigger. Like another guy said above, there is another similar service *cough* google's *cough* which has such a functionality, it automatically saves a list from the songs you detected and when you click them it takes you to the store. A simple spotify widget with that functionality would be perfect :)