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SoundHound Creates a Faster, Easier Way to Find Forgotten Song Titles App sees explosive growth for it's music-recognition service based on simple spoken searches, and even humming.

By Kara Ohngren Prior

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We've all been there, desperately racking our brains for that forgotten song title or lyric. It's on the tip of my tongue ...

Keyvan Mohajer, founder and CEO of San Jose, Calif.-based SoundHound, is capitalizing on that frustrating feeling and on the red-hot strength of the music and art tech scene. His app allows even the utterly tone deaf to search for tunes simply by humming or singing into a smartphone.

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