If you’re anything like me, you would be plagued with the problem of finding song names when you don’t know who sang them or when they were released or something of that nature. You could be watching a movie and then fall in love with the soundtrack and want to download it. Of course, you could just Google search “Movie Title Original Soundtrack” and Google would give you your results if your movie was maybe an A-list or B-list movie; but sometimes, the songs that capture our hearts are from relatively shitty D-list movies.
To find the song title, you can listen attentively and then type part of the lyrics into Google’s search box and if the track is popular enough, you could get a hit on a website that already posted perhaps lyrics of the whole song. From there, you would be able to get the song title. The above method works if you’re watching a movie in a language you understand, but what if you’re watching some Korean movie or something on Telemundo? I don’t know about you, but my keyboard doesn’t type Korean and even if it did, have you ever seen a Korean or Chinese website? They’re impossible to navigate!
Anyway, to find your song title, there is this useful little app called SoundHound that records a part of the song you’re looking for and searches the web for it; I really don’t know how exactly it operates, but the app works! So whether you’re in traffic in Mushin and one Pasuma Wonder track comes on, or whether you’re watching Jumong with Bae, rest assured that you can find that song anytime.
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