Apple Music Sing, a new Karaoke experience for Apple Music members that allows users sing along to their favourite songs by altering the volume of the vocals in tracks, is being introduced with the release of iOS 16.2, iPadOS 16.2, and tvOS 16.2 (all of which are still in beta).

Apple Music Sing, which will be available on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV 4K in 2022, combines with Apple Music’s real-time lyrics feature and offers you control over a song’s vocal levels. This means you may either sing along with the original artist’s vocals or tone down the vocals and take the lead.

When there are background vocals in a song, the vocal lines that are spoken at the same time can animate separately from the main vocals to make it simpler to follow. When there is a duet or many vocalists, multiple vocals appear on opposing sides of the screen to make it simpler to sing along.

Apple has not said which songs will be supported by Apple Music Sing, just that it will launch with support for “tens of millions of songs.”

Apple Music Sing Includes

Adjustable vocals

Users now have control over the voice levels in a song. On millions of songs in the Apple Music collection, they may sing along with the original artist vocals, take the lead, or mix it up.

Real-time

With animated phrases that move to the pace of the singing, users may sing along to their favourite tunes.

Background vocals

Vocal lines performed concurrently can move independently of the main vocals to help people follow along.

Duet View

Multiple vocalists appear on opposing sides of the screen in duet mode, making duets or multi-singer recordings simple to sing along to.

Apple Music will also release a suite of over 50 dedicated companion playlists comprising all of the epic songs, duets, choruses, and anthems that have compelled people all across the world to sing — all perfectly optimised for the Apple Music Sing experience.

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Apple Music Sing Supported Devices

To utilise Apple Music’s Sing feature, you’ll need one of the following beta devices running iOS 16.2, iPadOS 16.2, or tvOS 16.2. (Apple has not provided a specific date for the public release of these updates, but they are expected to arrive sometime in December 2022).

  • iPhone‌ 11
  • ‌iPhone‌ 11 Pro
  • iPhone 11 Pro Max
  • iPhone 12 mini
  • iPhone 12
  • ‌iPhone 12‌ Pro
  • iPhone 12 Pro Max
  • iPhone 13 mini
  • ‌iPhone 13‌
  • iPhone 13 Pro
  • ‌iPhone 13 Pro‌ Max
  • iPhone 14
  • ‌iPhone 14‌ Plus
  • iPhone 14 Pro
  • ‌iPhone 14 Pro‌ Max
  • iPhone SE 
  • iPad Pro 
  • iPad Air 
  • iPad mini 

How to Install and Use Apple Music Sing on iPhone and iPad

1. Launch the Music app on your iPhone and begin playing a song.

2. With the Fullscreen playback controls open, hit the Lyrics button (the speech bubble with the quote mark) in the bottom left corner (if it’s available for the song).

3. On the right, just above the music progress indicator, tap the Sing button (the mic and stars). If you don’t see it, this song doesn’t have the Sing function.

4. While the track is playing, hit and hold the Sing button, then move the slider up or down to change the vocal level.

Simply hit the Sing button again to switch off the function when you no longer wish to sing along to the song.

Apple Music presented over 50 new playlists focusing on “all of the epic songs, duets, choruses, and anthems that have been motivating people all around the world to sing” as part of the new feature.

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Conclusion

Apple Music Sing, which will be available on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV 4K in 2022, combines with Apple Music’s real-time lyrics feature and offers you control over a song’s vocal levels. When there are background vocals in a song, the vocal lines that are spoken at the same time can animate separately from the main vocals to make it simpler to follow. When there is a duet or many vocalists, multiple vocals appear on opposing sides of the screen to make it simpler to sing along. Users now have control over the voice levels in a song. On millions of songs in the Apple Music collection, they may sing along with the original artist vocals, take the lead, or mix it up. (Apple has not provided a specific date for the public release of these updates, but they are expected to arrive sometime in December 2022). Launch the Music app on your iPhone and begin playing a song. With the Fullscreen playback controls open, hit the Lyrics button (the speech bubble with the quote mark) in the bottom left corner (if it’s available for the song). On the right, just above the music progress indicator, tap the Sing button (the mic and stars.

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