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Google Can Name That Tune

By: John Stith

The newest aspect of Google's massive searching entity has launched
and it's a music search. Basically, the jist is they've added more
details for music-oriented searches. While the search right now is
somewhat limited, they do plan on expanding the listings.

The search lists artists, their albums and songs. It provides routes
to pick up music, albums and individual songs through various sites.
At this point, it's not hard to find popular music or something
that's been around for a while like Elvis, but other things are
little more difficult. Google said on their blog they plan to offer
classical music, worldwide artists and lesser-known artists.

Right now the music search feature mostly works for artists popular
in the U.S. and a more limited number of artists from other
countries, but we plan to expand it to classical music, worldwide
artists, and lesser-known performers.

Google's not the first search entity to try music search though.
Companies like GoFish Technologies have been doing this search
since September. They've got a music/video content search and they
say it's workable with any search engine. They also put together a
"Search-by-Lyrics" feature back in June and a play list publication
enterprise as well.

This new move by Google will surely be followed by other search
engines. The question comes from whether or not they will create
their own or will they be willing to work with a company like GoFish
and just integrate and existing product?   

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