This article has all the information you need to get started with Apple Music Sing, including how to access the feature, how to use it, and more
Apple Music is a music streaming app that is available on the iPhone, iPad, and other Apple devices. Apple Music offers a wide variety of features to users, such as access to millions of songs, curated playlists and radio stations, the ability to follow artists and friends, music videos, concert updates, and more.
Apple today released the long-awaited iOS 16.2 software update for the iPhone. With the new Karaoke feature, users can enjoy singing their favorite songs with friends and family. Continue reading to learn how to use the Apple Music Sing feature on your iPhone and iPad.
As Apple Music continues to expand its library, more songs will be added that are compatible with the new Sing feature. Apple Music continues to expand its library, making it easier for users to find songs that they can sing along to the new feature adds support for over 50 new playlists focused on “all of the epic songs, duets, choruses, and anthems that have been compelling people all over the world to sing.”
This feature provides users with an interactive and engaging music experience, giving them the ability to customize their singing experience in ways that have not previously been available
Each new feature on the Apple Music app is described in detail below.
- Adjustable vocals: Users now have control over the vocal levels in a song.
- On millions of songs in the Apple Music catalog, they can sing along with the original artist’s vocals, take the lead, or mix it up.
- Users can sing along to their favorite songs using animated lyrics that dance to the beat of the vocals.
- Background vocals: Vocal lines sung concurrently can animate independently of the main vocals to help users follow along.
- Multiple vocalists appear on opposite sides of the screen in duet view, making duets or multi-singer tracks easy to sing along to.
For other iPhone users running on iOS 16.2, they may need to update their device to an iPhone 11 or newer model in order to access the Apple Music Sing feature. The feature is also compatible with these iPads and Apple TVs.
The list includes iPhones 6s and higher, iPad Air 2 or newer, and Apple TV 4th generation or Apple TV 4K.
- iPhone 11
- iPhone 11 Pro
- iPhone 11 Pro Max
- iPhone 12
- iPhone 12 Mini
- iPhone 12 Pro
- iPhone 12 Pro Max
- iPhone 13
- iPhone 13 Mini
- iPhone 13 Pro
- iPhone 13 Pro Max
- iPhone 14
- iPhone 14 Plus
- iPhone 14 Pro
- iPhone 14 Pro Max
- iPhone SE (Third-Generation)
- iPad Pro 12.9-inch (Fifth-Generation and later)
- iPad Pro 11-inch (Third-Generation and later)
- iPad Air (Fourth-Generation and later)
- iPad (Ninth-Generation and later)
- iPad Mini (Sixth-Generation)
- 2022 Apple TV 4K
So, if you are using one of these compatible devices, you can use the new Apple Music Sing feature. Here’s how to use Apple Music Sing features on iPhone and iPad. The procedure is the same for both the iPhone and the iPad.
Use Apple Music Sing Karaoke-like Feature on iPhone and iPad
The Apple Music Sing feature is already available on iPhones and iPads running iOS 16.2 and iPad 16.2 or later. The feature is designed to allow users to express themselves by creating their own versions of popular songs with music and vocals. If your iPhone or iPad is running an older version, you should update it to the latest firmware. After updating your device, you can then access the Apple Music Sing feature and begin creating music by recording your own voice and adding different effects to make it unique
If you already have the most recent firmware, you can use these instructions to enable the karaoke-like Apple Music Sing feature in the Apple Music app.
- On your iPhone or iPad, launch the Apple Music app.
- Tap on the song you want to listen to add it to the queue.
- Tap the “lyrics” button (an icon with a quotation mark) at the bottom of the screen before playing it.
- Tap on the new icon (with a microphone and stars) that appears above the progress bar. It will only appear on songs that are compatible with the Apple Music Sing feature.
- To adjust the volume of the vocal, tap and hold the icon, then drag the slider up or down.
- If you want to disable it, simply tap the slider. That’s it.