A website is using sound recognition to help stop the annoying problem of not being able to remember the name of a song.
Midomi hopes to build a comprehensive database of searchable music using contributions from users.
Personal performances submitted by Midomi members in the online recording studio will appear as search results.
"With midomi.com we have created one of the most entertaining search engines on the web," said Keyvan Mohajer, chief executive at Melodis.
"Users will be able to search our extensive database as well as help grow it. When a user sings and saves their favourite songs, the submissions immediately become part of the searchable MARS universe."
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