Have you ever been watching a YouTube video and a song came on in the background that you just loved but you couldn’t for the life of you figure out what it was? It’s right on the tip of your tongue but you just can’t pull it out of the thousands of songs in your mental library.
Well, now there’s a solution that doesn’t involve you racking your brain. It’s called MooMa.sh and it’s the easiest way to identify any song in any YouTube video.
The process is super simple: Just copy/paste the URL of the video and put it into the designated spot on MooMa.sh’s site. You then choose whether you want to analyze the entire video or just a portion of it and click “moo.”
Depending on how long the video is, MooMa.sh will come back with your answers in anywhere from a few seconds to 15 minutes. Don’t worry though – most videos on the platform are short enough that the process should be pretty quick.
The site will analyze the video and come back with the name and artist of every song in the section you designated. No more wondering aloud or torturing your friends and loved ones with off-key singing of the few bars that you can remember. (Pro-tip: no one ever identifies songs that way. It’s time to stop.)
As YouTube continues its reign as one of the top sources for video content, the issue of people wanting to know what music is playing will only continue to grow. Especially as videos become more sophisticated and people figure out how to layer on the tunes, viewers are going to be curious about what’s playing in the background. MooMa.sh solves that conundrum by making it super easy to identify any song in any part of any YouTube video.
MooMa.sh also has a convenient toolbar button for people who are really into music. Just add it to your browser and any time you come across a YouTube video with a song you don’t recognize, click on the button and it will open up a new window with the analyzation in it.
YouTube is a great resource for a whole range of things: tutorials, funny videos, new music. MooMa.sh has made it so that YouTube users can get a whole new type of experience out of the popular video platform.