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    I find a background music on a Youtube video that I'd like to use it for my video. I'm quite pretty sure that he isn't the copyright owner and he also got it somewhere else. I don't know the name of the background music and it's quite unlikely if searching and listening to millions of free music on the web to look for a specific one. I am able to download their video without difficulty, but will be contaminated with some voices, is it possible to backward identify the source of the background music?
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    Upload the audio onto FB or YT and see how fast you get popped. They’ll tell you who.
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  3. There is a FireFox add-on that might work.

    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/song-identifier/?utm_source=addons.mozi...content=search

    I would try Barrythecrab's suggestion first.
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    Shazam on your smartphone will allow you sample the music and it will show the info.
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    Originally Posted by cholla View Post
    There is a FireFox add-on that might work.

    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/song-identifier/?utm_source=addons.mozi...content=search

    I would try Barrythecrab's suggestion first.
    Will it work if the "song" is contaminated with a lot of human voice. It's actually not a song, but background music only
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    How about a link to the current Youtube video/music ?
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