Apple Music Sing karaoke mode with real-time lyrics, duet view announced: all the details

Apple Music Sing was announced by the Cupertino company on Tuesday as a new karaoke experience that will be integrated directly into the company’s Apple Music app. Users will be able to sing along with real-time lyrics from Apple Music and adjust the voice volume to make their voice more audible. Karaoke mode will offer users more than 50 dedicated “accompaniment playlists” featuring karaoke-ready songs to choose from, as well as animated lyrics designed to accompany vocals, according to Apple.

The company also announced a few additional features that make it easier to sing along with others. The service will allow background vocals to be animated separately from the main vocals, allowing users to follow lines that are sung along with the main vocal. Meanwhile, a duet view will be available if a user wishes to sing along with a companion.

Apple announces that it will offer users more than 50 dedicated playlists featuring karaoke-ready songs for users to choose from. The feature will also support real-time animated lyrics that are animated and move in time with the voice, according to the company.

“The Apple Music Lyrics experience continues to be one of the most popular features of our service,” Oliver Schusser, vice president of Apple Music and Beats, said in a press release.

We already know that our users around the world love following their favorite songs, so we wanted to scale this offering even further to enable even more engagement around music through singing. It’s really a lot of fun, our customers will love it,” he added.

Apple Music Sing will be available to users later this month, according to the company. It will work on “all compatible iPhone and iPad models”. If users want to try the feature on Apple TV, they will need to use the recently launched Apple TV 4K, according to Apple.

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