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How to Use Apple Music Sing on iPhone/iPad/Apple TV

Apple introduced the Apple Music Singing feature in iOS 16.2 in December 2022. It's a new karaoke feature that includes viewing duet views, finding supported songs, and much more. With it, users can view live lyrics and adjust vocals to customize their singing experience. Before starting your own karaoke session, keep reading to learn how does Apple Music Sing work.

See also: How to Karaoke on Spotify

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Part 1. What Is Apple Music Sing

Apple Music Sing is a new feature that allows users to sing along with the lyrics and animation of the song. Users can adjust the volume of their vocals at will to customize the size of their voice. Just like karaoke, the lyrics are displayed in real-time, prompting you when you should sing.

In addition, the feature offers a duet view. This means you can even sing along with your friends. In this case, tracks with multiple vocalists are split into two sides of the screen so that the vocalists can follow their own lyrics.

The singing feature is built into Apple Music's existing lyrics feature. When you access these lyrics, you'll see a volume slider with a small microphone icon. Slide this music slider and you can adjust the volume of your own vocals.

Apple Music Singing Feature Includes:

  • Adjustable vocals. Users can control the vocal level of their songs.
  • Rea-time lyrics. Users can sing animated lyrics to their songs.
  • Background vocals. Simultaneous singing vocals can be animated independently of the lead singer.
  • Duet view. If you sing with a friend, multiple lead singers will be displayed on opposite sides of the screen.

Part 2. How to Use Sing on Apple Music

Apple Music Sing is only available to Apple Music subscribers. So, you need to make sure you have an active Apple Music subscription. If not, you can go ahead to sign up to get Apple Music 6 month free trial. Then, once your iPhone or iPad is updated to iOS 16.2 (the latest Apple TV 4K is also supported), you can easily access the new feature. Here is how Apple Music Sing along lyrics.

How to Use Apple Music Sing on Apple TV/iPhone/iPad/

Step 1. Open the Apple Music application and find the song you want to sing. (You can also tap on the 'Sing' section in the 'Browse' tab. From there, you can choose a song to sing.)

apple music sing in browse tab

Step 2. Tap on the song to start playing. Tap the 'lyrics' button (the icon with the little quotation mark) in the bottom left.

lyrics button on apple music

Step 3. Tap on the 'microphone' icon on the right side to turn on the sing mode.

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Step 4. You can adjust the volume of the vocal track to sing along with the lyrics.

adjust sing vocal volume

Step 5. To turn off the sing feature, simply tap on the 'microphone'/'lyrics' icon.

For the latest Apple TV 4K, the process is almost the same. Simply use your remote to select and control the volume.

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Part 3. How to Download Apple Music Songs to Local

With an Apple Music subscription, you can download songs for offline playback. But they are only cache files and you can't access them locally. It's impossible to locate them and transfer them to other devices for listening. Even worse, once your subscription expires, you can no longer listen to them.

So, we are here to provide you with a way to download Apple Music songs locally. Once downloaded, you can enjoy them on any other device you want. Also, you can listen to these songs even if you cancel your subscription. And the tool you need is DRmare Apple Music Converter.

It uses advanced technology to download and convert Apple Music to multiple popular audio formats. The converted audio files will be stored in your computer's local folder so you can use them freely. The original sound quality and all the metadata information will be preserved fully. So, you can have a wonderful listening experience.

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How to Download Songs from Apple Music to Local

Step 1. Open DRmare Apple Music Converter and then click on the '+' button to load your downloaded Apple Music songs.

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Step 2. Click on the 'format' icon to customize the output parameters of Apple Music songs.

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Step 3. Click 'Convert' at the bottom of the main interface to start downloading Apple Music songs to your computer.

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Part 4. FAQs about Apple Music Sing

Q1: What Songs Work with Apple Music Sing?

A: Apple Music hasn't announced which songs are compatible with Apple Music Sing. It just says that "tens of millions of songs" offer Sing. But you can tell if a song offers Sing by whether it shows the "microphone" icon.

Q2: Is Apple Music Sing Available to Everyone?

A: No. It's only available to Apple Music subscribers.

Q3: What Devices Are Apple Music Sing Compatible with?

A: Apple Music Sing Compatible Devices: iPhone (11 and later) or iPad (3rd-gen and later) running iOS/iPadOS 16.2, and Apple TV 4K (2022). Or you can check the full list below:


  • iPhone 11
  • iPhone 11 Pro
  • iPhone 11 Pro Max
  • iPhone 12 mini
  • iPhone 12
  • iPhone 12 Pro
  • iPhone 12 Pro Max
  • iPhone 13 mini
  • iPhone 13
  • iPhone 13 Pro
  • iPhone 13 Pro Max
  • iPhone 14
  • iPhone 14 Plus
  • iPhone 14 Pro
  • iPhone 14 Pro Max
  • iPhone SE (third-generation, 2022)


  • iPad 9
  • iPad 10
  • iPad mini 6
  • iPad Air 4
  • iPad Air 5
  • M1 iPad Pro
  • M2 iPad Pro

Apple TV

  • Apple TV 4K (2022)
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