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Tune Finder
Wednesday, October 27, 2004

Karelia software has announced Tune Finder, an OS X program that lets you search for music if you know the tune! You type in the notes on a virtual keyboard and does the search. The library is small at roughly 13,000 tunes but I assume it can and will grow. It's also too bad that you can't whistle or hum your way to the music -- that would be neat. Nonetheless, it's an interesting idea and sounds like fun. The database of music might also be of interest to the machine learning community.


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