After announcing its new karaoke feature yesterday, Apple Music Sing is live with iOS 16.2 RC build. Then learn how to use Apple Music Sing karaoke, including adjusting the vocal volume, viewing the Duet scene, and more.
iOS 16.2 is now ending its testing as a developer and public beta. The release candidate was made available today, so it won’t be long before it is released to the public.
However, if you don’t want to wait for Apple Music Sing and other great features like an always-on display for the custom iPhone 14 Pro, a major upgrade to end-to-end encryption, and more, you can find out how to install free. public beta in our full description:
That’s what Apple Music Sing offers
- Regular speakers: Users now control the volume levels of a song. They can sing along with the original artist’s vocals, lead, or mix it with the millions of songs in the Apple Music catalog.
- Real-time quotes: Users can sing along to their favorite songs with animated lyrics that dance to the rhythm of the vocals.
- Future Voices: Vocal lines that are sung simultaneously can animate independently of the main vocals to make it easier for users to follow.
- Duet view: Multiple speakers are displayed on opposite sides of the screen to make duets or multi-singer songs easy to sing along to.
How to use the karaoke feature of Apple Music Sing in iOS 16.2
- Make sure you run iOS 16.2 RC
- On your iPhone, Open Apple Music and find a song you want to listen to
- After a song starts, click on it song button (verb icon) in the lower left corner
- Search now microphone + star icon (Incompatible songs will not show the icon)
- After tapping the microphone, Apple Sing is turned off
- Now you can drag to adjust the speaker volume and sing along with the lyrics
- Click on the Sing icon to turn off the feature
Here’s what it looks like to use Apple Music Sing:
For songs that contain duets, you’ll see that the special scene automatically pops in with separate sections on the left and right sides of the screen:
What songs work with Apple Music Sing?
- Apple didn’t share exactly what songs are compatible with Apple Music Sing
- But the feature starts with support for “tens of millions of songs”.
- Currently, you’ll have to listen to a song and tap the button to see if it works with Apple Music’s Sing karaoke feature.
- The feature is a bit buggy for some users at the moment with iOS 16.2 RC pre-release – for example the button for songs appears and disappears
Are you excited to use the new karaoke feature? Share your thoughts in the comments!
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