How to Use Apple Music Sing on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV

Pretty much on the expected line, Apple has introduced the “Apple Music Sing” karaoke feature. Designed to let users sing along to songs by fine-tuning the volume of the vocals in tracks, Apple Music Sing has already caught the attention of music lovers. That said, let’s learn how to use Apple Music Sing on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV!

Use Apple Music Sing Karaoke Feature on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV

First off, let’s understand how Apple Music Sing works so that you will have a better idea about how to get the most out of this cool feature.

So, How Does Apple Music Sing Work?

Apple Music Sing works in sync with the real-time lyrics feature to offer the desired control over a song’s vocal levels. As a result, you are able to sing along with the original artist’s vocals. What’s more, you can even adjust the volume depending on your style and take charge. Save it for times when you want to sing your heart out by taking the lead!

It’s worth pointing out that when there is background vocals in a song, Apple Music ensures that the vocal lines sung simultaneously are able to animate independently from the main vocals. Hence, it becomes slightly more convenient for you to sing along.

Notably, if there is a duet or more singers, Apple Music Sing makes sure that multiple vocals appear on opposite sides of the screen, thereby making it easier for you to follow along.

Though Apple is yet to divulge any details about the songs that will support the “Apple Music Sing” feature, it’s going to launch with millions of songs. So, you will have a lot of songs to showcase your singing prowess. That’s for sure!

Which Devices Support Apple Music Sing?

Do note that only the latest devices support Apple Music Sing.

iPhone Models That Support Apple Music Sing

  • iPhone 11
  • iPhone 11 Pro 
  • iPhone 11 Pro Max
  • iPhone SE 3
  • 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

iPad Models That Support Apple Music Sing

  • 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)

Apple TV Models That Support Apple Music Sing

  • Apple TV 4K (2022)

Make sure your devices are running iOS 16.2, iPadOS 16.2, or tvOS 16.2 or later respectively.

Use Apple Music Sing on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV

Step 1. To get going, open the Apple Music app on your ‌device.

Step 2. After that, start playing a track.

Step 3. Ensure that the fullscreen playback controls are open. Tap on the Lyrics icon (that looks like the quotation mark speech bubble) located at the bottom left corner of the screen.

Tap on the Quotation mark icon

Step 4. Next, tap on the Sing icon (looks like the mic and stars) on the right above the track progress bar.

Step 5. When the track starts playing, press and hold the Sing button.

Step 6. Then, drag the slider up or down to adjust the volume of the vocals.

Enable and Use Apple Music Sing Karaoke

Step 7. When you don’t want to sing along, hit the Sing button to disable the feature.

If you wish to see “Sing” in action live, check out the video:

Wrapping up…

That’s pretty much it! So, that’s how you can get the most out of “Sing” to spice up your music listening experience. Apple Music has unleashed more than 50 brand-new playlists dedicated to duets, choruses, epic songs, and anthems. Hopefully, you will always have a ton of firepower to belt out.

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Rajesh Mishra

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