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', suggestion: function (data) { let icons = '{icons}'; let iconsHtml = data.private ? '' : ''; iconsHtml += data.explicit ? '' : ''; return '

' + icons.replace("{icons}",iconsHtml) + data.value + '

'; }, notFound: function () { return notFound['title']; }, footer: function (data) { if(data.suggestions.length >= 5 && data.suggestions[0].hasOwnProperty('seeAllUrl')) { return '

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' } return ''; } } } ); notFound['artist'] = ''; autocompleteSearchSetup.push( { name: 'artist', order: '2', limit: 100, display: 'value', source: new Bloodhound({ datumTokenizer: function (d) { return d; }, queryTokenizer: function (q) { return q; }, remote: { rateLimitWait: 600, wildcard: '%QUERY', transform: function(response) { if (response.suggestions === undefined) { return response; } let suggestions = response.suggestions || []; if (response.seeAllUrl !== null) { suggestions.forEach(function (suggestion) { return suggestion.seeAllUrl = response.seeAllUrl; }); } return suggestions; }, prepare: function (query, settings) { var field = 'artist'; var urlParams = {"minLength":3,"max":5,"sort":"title","baseURL":"\/search\/","searchKey":""}; urlParams.term = query; settings.url += '?'+$.param(urlParams); settings.beforeSend = function(e) { if (typeof autocompleteLastSearch[field] !== 'undefined') { autocompleteLastSearch[field].abort(); } // Skip for similarity search by URL. if (app.isUrl(query)) { e.abort(); } autocompleteLastSearch[field] = e; // Cancel requests no passing minLength. if (typeof urlParams.minLength !== 'undefined' && query.length < urlParams.minLength) { e.abort(); } }; return settings; }, url: '/json/autocomplete/search/track/artist' } }), templates: { header: '

Artists

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' + icons.replace("{icons}",iconsHtml) + data.value + '

'; }, notFound: function () { return notFound['artist']; }, footer: function (data) { if(data.suggestions.length >= 5 && data.suggestions[0].hasOwnProperty('seeAllUrl')) { return '

see all

' } return ''; } } } ); notFound['writers'] = ''; autocompleteSearchSetup.push( { name: 'writers', order: '4', limit: 100, display: 'value', source: new Bloodhound({ datumTokenizer: function (d) { return d; }, queryTokenizer: function (q) { return q; }, remote: { rateLimitWait: 600, wildcard: '%QUERY', transform: function(response) { if (response.suggestions === undefined) { return response; } let suggestions = response.suggestions || []; if (response.seeAllUrl !== null) { suggestions.forEach(function (suggestion) { return suggestion.seeAllUrl = response.seeAllUrl; }); } return suggestions; }, prepare: function (query, settings) { var field = 'writers'; var urlParams = {"minLength":3,"max":5,"sort":"artist","baseURL":"\/search\/","searchKey":""}; urlParams.term = query; settings.url += '?'+$.param(urlParams); settings.beforeSend = function(e) { if (typeof autocompleteLastSearch[field] !== 'undefined') { autocompleteLastSearch[field].abort(); } // Skip for similarity search by URL. if (app.isUrl(query)) { e.abort(); } autocompleteLastSearch[field] = e; // Cancel requests no passing minLength. if (typeof urlParams.minLength !== 'undefined' && query.length < urlParams.minLength) { e.abort(); } }; return settings; }, url: '/json/autocomplete/search/track/writers' } }), templates: { header: '

Writers

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' + icons.replace("{icons}",iconsHtml) + data.value + '

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'; }, notFound: function () { return notFound['writers']; }, footer: function (data) { if(data.suggestions.length >= 5 && data.suggestions[0].hasOwnProperty('seeAllUrl')) { return '

see all

' } return ''; } } } ); notFound['record_label'] = ''; autocompleteSearchSetup.push( { name: 'record_label', order: '7', limit: 100, display: 'value', source: new Bloodhound({ datumTokenizer: function (d) { return d; }, queryTokenizer: function (q) { return q; }, remote: { rateLimitWait: 600, wildcard: '%QUERY', transform: function(response) { if (response.suggestions === undefined) { return response; } let suggestions = response.suggestions || []; if (response.seeAllUrl !== null) { suggestions.forEach(function (suggestion) { return suggestion.seeAllUrl = response.seeAllUrl; }); } return suggestions; }, prepare: function (query, settings) { var field = 'record_label'; var urlParams = {"minLength":3,"max":5,"sort":"artist","baseURL":"\/search\/","searchKey":""}; urlParams.term = query; settings.url += '?'+$.param(urlParams); settings.beforeSend = function(e) { if (typeof autocompleteLastSearch[field] !== 'undefined') { autocompleteLastSearch[field].abort(); } // Skip for similarity search by URL. if (app.isUrl(query)) { e.abort(); } autocompleteLastSearch[field] = e; // Cancel requests no passing minLength. if (typeof urlParams.minLength !== 'undefined' && query.length < urlParams.minLength) { e.abort(); } }; return settings; }, url: '/json/autocomplete/search/track/record_label' } }), templates: { header: '

Record Label

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' + icons.replace("{icons}",iconsHtml) + data.value + '

'; }, notFound: function () { return notFound['record_label']; }, footer: function (data) { if(data.suggestions.length >= 5 && data.suggestions[0].hasOwnProperty('seeAllUrl')) { return '

see all

' } return ''; } } } ); notFound['catalogs'] = ''; autocompleteSearchSetup.push( { name: 'catalogs', order: '8', limit: 100, display: 'value', source: new Bloodhound({ datumTokenizer: function (d) { return d; }, queryTokenizer: function (q) { return q; }, remote: { rateLimitWait: 600, wildcard: '%QUERY', transform: function(response) { if (response.suggestions === undefined) { return response; } let suggestions = response.suggestions || []; if (response.seeAllUrl !== null) { suggestions.forEach(function (suggestion) { return suggestion.seeAllUrl = response.seeAllUrl; }); } return suggestions; }, prepare: function (query, settings) { var field = 'catalogs'; var urlParams = {"minLength":3,"max":5,"sort":"artist","baseURL":"\/search\/","searchKey":""}; urlParams.term = query; settings.url += '?'+$.param(urlParams); settings.beforeSend = function(e) { if (typeof autocompleteLastSearch[field] !== 'undefined') { autocompleteLastSearch[field].abort(); } // Skip for similarity search by URL. if (app.isUrl(query)) { e.abort(); } autocompleteLastSearch[field] = e; // Cancel requests no passing minLength. if (typeof urlParams.minLength !== 'undefined' && query.length < urlParams.minLength) { e.abort(); } }; return settings; }, url: '/json/autocomplete/search/track/catalogs' } }), templates: { header: '

Catalogs

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' + icons.replace("{icons}",iconsHtml) + data.value + '

'; }, notFound: function () { return notFound['catalogs']; }, footer: function (data) { if(data.suggestions.length >= 5 && data.suggestions[0].hasOwnProperty('seeAllUrl')) { return '

see all

' } return ''; } } } ); notFound['isrc'] = ''; autocompleteSearchSetup.push( { name: 'isrc', order: '9', limit: 100, display: 'value', source: new Bloodhound({ datumTokenizer: function (d) { return d; }, queryTokenizer: function (q) { return q; }, remote: { rateLimitWait: 600, wildcard: '%QUERY', transform: function(response) { if (response.suggestions === undefined) { return response; } let suggestions = response.suggestions || []; if (response.seeAllUrl !== null) { suggestions.forEach(function (suggestion) { return suggestion.seeAllUrl = response.seeAllUrl; }); } return suggestions; }, prepare: function (query, settings) { var field = 'isrc'; var urlParams = {"minLength":3,"max":5,"sort":"artist","baseURL":"\/search\/","searchKey":""}; urlParams.term = query; settings.url += '?'+$.param(urlParams); settings.beforeSend = function(e) { if (typeof autocompleteLastSearch[field] !== 'undefined') { autocompleteLastSearch[field].abort(); } // Skip for similarity search by URL. if (app.isUrl(query)) { e.abort(); } autocompleteLastSearch[field] = e; // Cancel requests no passing minLength. if (typeof urlParams.minLength !== 'undefined' && query.length < urlParams.minLength) { e.abort(); } }; return settings; }, url: '/json/autocomplete/search/track/isrc' } }), templates: { header: '

ISRCs

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' + icons.replace("{icons}",iconsHtml) + data.value + '

'; }, notFound: function () { return notFound['isrc']; }, footer: function (data) { if(data.suggestions.length >= 5 && data.suggestions[0].hasOwnProperty('seeAllUrl')) { return '

see all

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' } return ''; } } } ); notFound['genres'] = ''; autocompleteSearchSetup.push( { name: 'genres', order: '10', limit: 100, display: 'value', source: new Bloodhound({ datumTokenizer: function (d) { return d; }, queryTokenizer: function (q) { return q; }, remote: { rateLimitWait: 600, wildcard: '%QUERY', transform: function(response) { if (response.suggestions === undefined) { return response; } let suggestions = response.suggestions || []; if (response.seeAllUrl !== null) { suggestions.forEach(function (suggestion) { return suggestion.seeAllUrl = response.seeAllUrl; }); } return suggestions; }, prepare: function (query, settings) { var field = 'genres'; var urlParams = {"minLength":3,"max":5,"sort":"artist","baseURL":"\/search\/","searchKey":""}; urlParams.term = query; settings.url += '?'+$.param(urlParams); settings.beforeSend = function(e) { if (typeof autocompleteLastSearch[field] !== 'undefined') { autocompleteLastSearch[field].abort(); } // Skip for similarity search by URL. if (app.isUrl(query)) { e.abort(); } autocompleteLastSearch[field] = e; // Cancel requests no passing minLength. if (typeof urlParams.minLength !== 'undefined' && query.length < urlParams.minLength) { e.abort(); } }; return settings; }, url: '/json/autocomplete/search/track/genres' } }), templates: { header: '

Genres

', suggestion: function (data) { let icons = '{icons}'; let iconsHtml = data.private ? '' : ''; iconsHtml += data.explicit ? '' : ''; return '

' + icons.replace("{icons}",iconsHtml) + data.value + '

'; }, notFound: function () { return notFound['genres']; }, footer: function (data) { if(data.suggestions.length >= 5 && data.suggestions[0].hasOwnProperty('seeAllUrl')) { return '

see all

' } return ''; } } } ); notFound['moods'] = ''; autocompleteSearchSetup.push( { name: 'moods', order: '11', limit: 100, display: 'value', source: new Bloodhound({ datumTokenizer: function (d) { return d; }, queryTokenizer: function (q) { return q; }, remote: { rateLimitWait: 600, wildcard: '%QUERY', transform: function(response) { if (response.suggestions === undefined) { return response; } let suggestions = response.suggestions || []; if (response.seeAllUrl !== null) { suggestions.forEach(function (suggestion) { return suggestion.seeAllUrl = response.seeAllUrl; }); } return suggestions; }, prepare: function (query, settings) { var field = 'moods'; var urlParams = {"minLength":3,"max":5,"sort":"artist","baseURL":"\/search\/","searchKey":""}; urlParams.term = query; settings.url += '?'+$.param(urlParams); settings.beforeSend = function(e) { if (typeof autocompleteLastSearch[field] !== 'undefined') { autocompleteLastSearch[field].abort(); } // Skip for similarity search by URL. if (app.isUrl(query)) { e.abort(); } autocompleteLastSearch[field] = e; // Cancel requests no passing minLength. if (typeof urlParams.minLength !== 'undefined' && query.length < urlParams.minLength) { e.abort(); } }; return settings; }, url: '/json/autocomplete/search/track/moods' } }), templates: { header: '

Moods

', suggestion: function (data) { let icons = '{icons}'; let iconsHtml = data.private ? '' : ''; iconsHtml += data.explicit ? '' : ''; return '

' + icons.replace("{icons}",iconsHtml) + data.value + '

'; }, notFound: function () { return notFound['moods']; }, footer: function (data) { if(data.suggestions.length >= 5 && data.suggestions[0].hasOwnProperty('seeAllUrl')) { return '

see all

' } return ''; } } } ); notFound['keywords'] = ''; autocompleteSearchSetup.push( { name: 'keywords', order: '12', limit: 100, display: 'value', source: new Bloodhound({ datumTokenizer: function (d) { return d; }, queryTokenizer: function (q) { return q; }, remote: { rateLimitWait: 600, wildcard: '%QUERY', transform: function(response) { if (response.suggestions === undefined) { return response; } let suggestions = response.suggestions || []; if (response.seeAllUrl !== null) { suggestions.forEach(function (suggestion) { return suggestion.seeAllUrl = response.seeAllUrl; }); } return suggestions; }, prepare: function (query, settings) { var field = 'keywords'; var urlParams = {"minLength":3,"max":5,"sort":"artist","baseURL":"\/search\/","searchKey":""}; urlParams.term = query; settings.url += '?'+$.param(urlParams); settings.beforeSend = function(e) { if (typeof autocompleteLastSearch[field] !== 'undefined') { autocompleteLastSearch[field].abort(); } // Skip for similarity search by URL. if (app.isUrl(query)) { e.abort(); } autocompleteLastSearch[field] = e; // Cancel requests no passing minLength. if (typeof urlParams.minLength !== 'undefined' && query.length < urlParams.minLength) { e.abort(); } }; return settings; }, url: '/json/autocomplete/search/track/keywords' } }), templates: { header: '

Keywords

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' + icons.replace("{icons}",iconsHtml) + data.value + '

'; }, notFound: function () { return notFound['keywords']; }, footer: function (data) { if(data.suggestions.length >= 5 && data.suggestions[0].hasOwnProperty('seeAllUrl')) { return '

see all

' } return ''; } } } ); notFound['instruments'] = ''; autocompleteSearchSetup.push( { name: 'instruments', order: '13', limit: 100, display: 'value', source: new Bloodhound({ datumTokenizer: function (d) { return d; }, queryTokenizer: function (q) { return q; }, remote: { rateLimitWait: 600, wildcard: '%QUERY', transform: function(response) { if (response.suggestions === undefined) { return response; } let suggestions = response.suggestions || []; if (response.seeAllUrl !== null) { suggestions.forEach(function (suggestion) { return suggestion.seeAllUrl = response.seeAllUrl; }); } return suggestions; }, prepare: function (query, settings) { var field = 'instruments'; var urlParams = {"minLength":3,"max":5,"sort":"artist","baseURL":"\/search\/","searchKey":""}; urlParams.term = query; settings.url += '?'+$.param(urlParams); settings.beforeSend = function(e) { if (typeof autocompleteLastSearch[field] !== 'undefined') { autocompleteLastSearch[field].abort(); } // Skip for similarity search by URL. if (app.isUrl(query)) { e.abort(); } autocompleteLastSearch[field] = e; // Cancel requests no passing minLength. if (typeof urlParams.minLength !== 'undefined' && query.length < urlParams.minLength) { e.abort(); } }; return settings; }, url: '/json/autocomplete/search/track/instruments' } }), templates: { header: '

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Instruments

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' + icons.replace("{icons}",iconsHtml) + data.value + '

'; }, notFound: function () { return notFound['instruments']; }, footer: function (data) { if(data.suggestions.length >= 5 && data.suggestions[0].hasOwnProperty('seeAllUrl')) { return '

see all

' } return ''; } } } ); notFound['lyrics'] = ''; autocompleteSearchSetup.push( { name: 'lyrics', order: '24', limit: 100, display: 'value', source: new Bloodhound({ datumTokenizer: function (d) { return d; }, queryTokenizer: function (q) { return q; }, remote: { rateLimitWait: 600, wildcard: '%QUERY', transform: function(response) { if (response.suggestions === undefined) { return response; } let suggestions = response.suggestions || []; if (response.seeAllUrl !== null) { suggestions.forEach(function (suggestion) { return suggestion.seeAllUrl = response.seeAllUrl; }); } return suggestions; }, prepare: function (query, settings) { var field = 'lyrics'; var urlParams = {"minLength":3,"max":5,"sort":"artist","baseURL":"\/search\/","searchKey":""}; urlParams.term = query; settings.url += '?'+$.param(urlParams); settings.beforeSend = function(e) { if (typeof autocompleteLastSearch[field] !== 'undefined') { autocompleteLastSearch[field].abort(); } // Skip for similarity search by URL. if (app.isUrl(query)) { e.abort(); } autocompleteLastSearch[field] = e; // Cancel requests no passing minLength. if (typeof urlParams.minLength !== 'undefined' && query.length < urlParams.minLength) { e.abort(); } }; return settings; }, url: '/json/autocomplete/search/track/lyrics' } }), templates: { header: '

Lyrics

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' + icons.replace("{icons}",iconsHtml) + data.value + '

'; }, notFound: function () { return notFound['lyrics']; }, footer: function (data) { if(data.suggestions.length >= 5 && data.suggestions[0].hasOwnProperty('seeAllUrl')) { return '

see all

' } return ''; } } } ); notFound['lyrictopics'] = ''; autocompleteSearchSetup.push( { name: 'lyrictopics', order: '15', limit: 100, display: 'value', source: new Bloodhound({ datumTokenizer: function (d) { return d; }, queryTokenizer: function (q) { return q; }, remote: { rateLimitWait: 600, wildcard: '%QUERY', transform: function(response) { if (response.suggestions === undefined) { return response; } let suggestions = response.suggestions || []; if (response.seeAllUrl !== null) { suggestions.forEach(function (suggestion) { return suggestion.seeAllUrl = response.seeAllUrl; }); } return suggestions; }, prepare: function (query, settings) { var field = 'lyrictopics'; var urlParams = {"minLength":3,"max":5,"sort":"artist","baseURL":"\/search\/","searchKey":""}; urlParams.term = query; settings.url += '?'+$.param(urlParams); settings.beforeSend = function(e) { if (typeof autocompleteLastSearch[field] !== 'undefined') { autocompleteLastSearch[field].abort(); } // Skip for similarity search by URL. if (app.isUrl(query)) { e.abort(); } autocompleteLastSearch[field] = e; // Cancel requests no passing minLength. if (typeof urlParams.minLength !== 'undefined' && query.length < urlParams.minLength) { e.abort(); } }; return settings; }, url: '/json/autocomplete/search/track/lyrictopics' } }), templates: { header: '

Lyric Topics

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' + icons.replace("{icons}",iconsHtml) + data.value + '

'; }, notFound: function () { return notFound['lyrictopics']; }, footer: function (data) { if(data.suggestions.length >= 5 && data.suggestions[0].hasOwnProperty('seeAllUrl')) { return '

see all

' } return ''; } } } ); notFound['year'] = ''; autocompleteSearchSetup.push( { name: 'year', order: '17', limit: 100, display: 'value', source: new Bloodhound({ datumTokenizer: function (d) { return d; }, queryTokenizer: function (q) { return q; }, remote: { rateLimitWait: 600, wildcard: '%QUERY', transform: function(response) { if (response.suggestions === undefined) { return response; } let suggestions = response.suggestions || []; if (response.seeAllUrl !== null) { suggestions.forEach(function (suggestion) { return suggestion.seeAllUrl = response.seeAllUrl; }); } return suggestions; }, prepare: function (query, settings) { var field = 'year'; var urlParams = {"minLength":2,"max":5,"sort":"artist","baseURL":"\/search\/","searchKey":""}; urlParams.term = query; settings.url += '?'+$.param(urlParams); settings.beforeSend = function(e) { if (typeof autocompleteLastSearch[field] !== 'undefined') { autocompleteLastSearch[field].abort(); } // Skip for similarity search by URL. if (app.isUrl(query)) { e.abort(); } autocompleteLastSearch[field] = e; // Cancel requests no passing minLength. if (typeof urlParams.minLength !== 'undefined' && query.length < urlParams.minLength) { e.abort(); } }; return settings; }, url: '/json/autocomplete/search/track/year' } }), templates: { header: '

Year

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' + icons.replace("{icons}",iconsHtml) + data.value + '

'; }, notFound: function () { return notFound['year']; }, footer: function (data) { if(data.suggestions.length >= 5 && data.suggestions[0].hasOwnProperty('seeAllUrl')) { return '

see all

' } return ''; } } } ); notFound['tempo'] = ''; autocompleteSearchSetup.push( { name: 'tempo', order: '18', limit: 100, display: 'value', source: new Bloodhound({ datumTokenizer: function (d) { return d; }, queryTokenizer: function (q) { return q; }, remote: { rateLimitWait: 600, wildcard: '%QUERY', transform: function(response) { if (response.suggestions === undefined) { return response; } let suggestions = response.suggestions || []; if (response.seeAllUrl !== null) { suggestions.forEach(function (suggestion) { return suggestion.seeAllUrl = response.seeAllUrl; }); } return suggestions; }, prepare: function (query, settings) { var field = 'tempo'; var urlParams = {"minLength":2,"max":5,"sort":"artist","baseURL":"\/search\/","searchKey":""}; urlParams.term = query; settings.url += '?'+$.param(urlParams); settings.beforeSend = function(e) { if (typeof autocompleteLastSearch[field] !== 'undefined') { autocompleteLastSearch[field].abort(); } // Skip for similarity search by URL. if (app.isUrl(query)) { e.abort(); } autocompleteLastSearch[field] = e; // Cancel requests no passing minLength. if (typeof urlParams.minLength !== 'undefined' && query.length < urlParams.minLength) { e.abort(); } }; return settings; }, url: '/json/autocomplete/search/track/tempo' } }), templates: { header: '

Tempos

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see all

' } return ''; } } } ); notFound['bpm'] = ''; autocompleteSearchSetup.push( { name: 'bpm', order: '19', limit: 100, display: 'value', source: new Bloodhound({ datumTokenizer: function (d) { return d; }, queryTokenizer: function (q) { return q; }, remote: { rateLimitWait: 600, wildcard: '%QUERY', transform: function(response) { if (response.suggestions === undefined) { return response; } let suggestions = response.suggestions || []; if (response.seeAllUrl !== null) { suggestions.forEach(function (suggestion) { return suggestion.seeAllUrl = response.seeAllUrl; }); } return suggestions; }, prepare: function (query, settings) { var field = 'bpm'; var urlParams = {"minLength":1,"max":5,"sort":"artist","baseURL":"\/search\/","searchKey":""}; urlParams.term = query; settings.url += '?'+$.param(urlParams); settings.beforeSend = function(e) { if (typeof autocompleteLastSearch[field] !== 'undefined') { autocompleteLastSearch[field].abort(); } // Skip for similarity search by URL. if (app.isUrl(query)) { e.abort(); } autocompleteLastSearch[field] = e; // Cancel requests no passing minLength. if (typeof urlParams.minLength !== 'undefined' && query.length < urlParams.minLength) { e.abort(); } }; return settings; }, url: '/json/autocomplete/search/track/bpm' } }), templates: { header: '

BPM

', suggestion: function (data) { let icons = '{icons}'; let iconsHtml = data.private ? '' : ''; iconsHtml += data.explicit ? '' : ''; return '

' + icons.replace("{icons}",iconsHtml) + data.value + '

'; }, notFound: function () { return notFound['bpm']; }, footer: function (data) { if(data.suggestions.length >= 5 && data.suggestions[0].hasOwnProperty('seeAllUrl')) { return '

see all

' } return ''; } } } ); notFound['album_multifieldsplittoken'] = ''; autocompleteSearchSetup.push( { name: 'album_multifieldsplittoken', order: '3', limit: 100, display: 'value', source: new Bloodhound({ datumTokenizer: function (d) { return d; }, queryTokenizer: function (q) { return q; }, remote: { rateLimitWait: 600, wildcard: '%QUERY', transform: function(response) { if (response.suggestions === undefined) { return response; } let suggestions = response.suggestions || []; if (response.seeAllUrl !== null) { suggestions.forEach(function (suggestion) { return suggestion.seeAllUrl = response.seeAllUrl; }); } return suggestions; }, prepare: function (query, settings) { var field = 'album_multifieldsplittoken'; var urlParams = {"minLength":3,"max":5,"sort":"title","baseURL":"\/production\/search\/","searchKey":""}; urlParams.term = query; settings.url += '?'+$.param(urlParams); settings.beforeSend = function(e) { if (typeof autocompleteLastSearch[field] !== 'undefined') { autocompleteLastSearch[field].abort(); } // Skip for similarity search by URL. if (app.isUrl(query)) { e.abort(); } autocompleteLastSearch[field] = e; // Cancel requests no passing minLength. if (typeof urlParams.minLength !== 'undefined' && query.length < urlParams.minLength) { e.abort(); } }; return settings; }, url: '/json/autocomplete/search/album/album_multifieldsplittoken' } }), templates: { header: '

Albums

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' + icons.replace("{icons}",iconsHtml) + data.value + '

'; }, notFound: function () { return notFound['album_multifieldsplittoken']; }, footer: function (data) { if(data.suggestions.length >= 5 && data.suggestions[0].hasOwnProperty('seeAllUrl')) { return '

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see all

' } return ''; } } } ); // For autocomplete centering. var $typeahead = $('#frontendAutocomplete'); $typeahead.data('AutoCompleteSearch', new FrontendAutoComplete('frontendAutocomplete', autocompleteSearchSetup, autocompleteSubmitSettings, autocompleteSearchOptions)); if ($typeahead.length > 0) { $typeahead.on('typeahead:active', function () { var $field = $(this).closest('.typeahead__field'); var top = $field.offset().top + $field.height(); // It is so complicated because we are overriding css !important $('.tt-menu').each(function (i, el) { var $el = $(el); var style = $el.attr('style').replace(/top:[^;]+;/, 'top: ' + top + 'px !important;'); $el.attr('style', style); }); }); } }); } catch (error) { console.log(error.message); } //]]>

FAQs

What do you feel when you listen to the song? ›

When we listen to music, multiple areas of the brain are activated including those associated with movement, planning, attention and memory. It changes our brain chemistry as well. Listening to music we enjoy stimulates the release of dopamine that makes us feel rewarded.

How does music make us feel? ›

Our favorite melodies release dopamine, known as the feel-good hormone, which activates our brain's pleasure and reward system. Music can have a positive, immediate impact on our mental state; fast tempos can psychologically and physiologically arouse us, helping energize us for the day.

What is the name of this song that's playing? ›

To identify songs, open Control Center, then tap the Shazam button . Shazam can identify songs playing on your device even when you're using headphones. To find songs you've identified, touch and hold the Shazam button in Control Center to open your History View. Tap a song to open it in Shazam.

How do I find a song that I don't know the name to? ›

Shazam. With Shazam, users simply hold their phone up to the source of music while a song is playing. Tap a button and Shazam will listen it to identify the song, and provide key information such as the title, artist, and album.

Why does music make us happy? ›

We get dealt a healthy dose of dopamine.

Research has found that when a subject listens to music that gives them the chills, it triggers a release of dopamine to the brain. And if you don't know, dopamine is a kind of naturally occurring happy chemical we receive as part of a reward system.

Why do I feel music so deeply? ›

Especially when it's music we love, the brain releases dopamine while listening. Dopamine is a chemical messenger that plays a role in how we feel pleasure. It also helps us to think and plan, helping us strive, focus, and find things interesting.

Why do I feel so connected to music? ›

When we listen to pleasurable music, the “pleasure chemical” dopamine is released in the striatum, a key part of the brain's reward system. Importantly, music activates the striatum just like other rewarding stimuli, such as food and sex.

What music means to you? ›

“Music is a way of expressing me and being able to relate to other people.” “It can personify emotions in life if written well.” “Music is a source of inspiration and expression.” “Music wakes me up, gets me going, and is a way to add some more awesomeness to every day.”

How does music express emotion? ›

Love – Music can be used to express love and as a sign of affection. Violent/Hatred – Music can be used in war or violence and to promote anger. Energetic – Rhythms in music can make us move faster and aid physical exercise. Happy or Sad – Music can lift our mood, make us smile or laugh.

Can Siri identify a song by humming? ›

It won't recognize your humming or singing. Say, “Hey Siri,” or long-press the power button on an iPhone or the digital crown on an Apple Watch. Ask, “What's this song?” If the song is playing, Siri will name it and give you an Apple Music link.

How do I find a song by humming Google? ›

Use the Google app to name a song
  1. On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google app .
  2. In the search bar, tap the mic. Search a song.
  3. Play a song or hum, whistle, or sing the melody of a song.

Which song is on my screen? ›

Shazam can identify songs playing on your device even when you're using headphones. To find songs you've identified, touch and hold the Shazam button in Control Center to open your History View. Tap a song to open it in Shazam.

How important is music in your life? ›

Music can raise someone's mood, get them excited, or make them calm and relaxed. Music also - and this is important - allows us to feel nearly or possibly all emotions that we experience in our lives. The possibilities are endless.

How does music affect your life? ›

How does music affect our lives? Music has the ability to deeply affect our mental states and raise our mood. When we need it, music gives us energy and motivation. When we're worried, it can soothe us; when we're weary, it can encourage us; and when we're feeling deflated, it can re-inspire us.

How does music help you relax? ›

Current findings indicate that music around 60 beats per minute can cause the brain to synchronize with the beat causing alpha brainwaves (frequencies from 8 - 14 hertz or cycles per second). This alpha brainwave is what is present when we are relaxed and conscious.

What is this song Siri? ›

Hey Siri, What Song Is This? - YouTube

How can music affect your mood? ›

Happy, upbeat music causes our brains to produce chemicals like dopamine and serotonin, which evokes feelings of joy, whereas calming music relaxes the mind and the body.

Can music make you a better person? ›

Listening and especially making music increases the bridge between the pre-frontal cortex and the area in the back of your brain, which results in heightened empathy.” So you can actually start to become a better, more caring person by playing an instrument.

Why do people love listening to music? ›

Simply put, listening to music helps us feel good. If we are sad or depressed, we can turn on music and the release of dopamine in our brains is going to make us feel better. Music, in effect, is a drug that provides us with feelings of joy and pleasure.

Can music make you feel high? ›

A new study from the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital at McGill University found that listening to highly pleasurable music releases the same reward neurotransmitter — dopamine — in the brain that is associated with food, drugs and sex.

How do you listen to music deeply? ›

Arts & Culture
  1. Listen to Different Genres. As any Deadhead or Belieber will tell you, music tastes are etched deep into our identities. ...
  2. Listen in Motion. Since all music is in motion, Ratliff says, listening while moving helps us better connect to the sounds. ...
  3. Listen to the Rhythm. ...
  4. Listen to the Tone. ...
  5. Listen to the Lyrics.
22 Aug 2019

Why do Empaths love music? ›

Music can activate the brain's reward system

But, highly empathic people showed an increase in activity in the dorsal striatum when a familiar song was played. This is a part of the brain's reward system, suggesting that listening to recognizable music is more pleasurable for those who have more empathy.

What do we call a person who loves music? ›

melomaniac (plural melomaniacs) One with an abnormal fondness of music; a person who loves music. [

Why does music make me want to move? ›

Researchers have shown that music stimulates the cerebellum, a region of the brain crucial to motor control. Levitin says connections between the cerebellum and the limbic system (which is associated with emotion), “may explain why movement, emotion, and music are tied together.”

Does music have meaning? ›

But of course we find meaning in music: it triggers an intuitive, visceral reaction in every one of us, a palpable emotional response, regardless of the genre of the music, and that alone demonstrates that it has meaning.

Does your choice of music will reflect to your personality? ›

Music is such a core part of culture and everyday experience that it has long been believed to be connected to one's personality. Music, more than any other media, has strong ties to our emotions: music communicates emotion, stirs memory, affects mood, and spurs creativity.

Why is music the best form of self expression? ›

It allows people to channel their complex feelings in a creative way. In fact, psychologists such as Sigmund Freud believe that channeling emotions into creative endeavors is an excellent way of dealing emotional states. Music provides an excellent platform for expressing one's self through creation.

Can you sing into Shazam? ›

We've built machine learning models that can match your hum, whistle or singing to the right “fingerprint.” When you hum a melody into Search, our machine learning models transform the audio into a number-based sequence representing the song's melody.

Can Alexa Recognise a song? ›

If you have Amazon Music Unlimited and Prime Music, all you have to do is ask Alexa to turn on Song ID. Alexa will then confirm, and from that moment forward, it will announce the names of songs and their artists it's about to play.

Can you hum to Google on iPhone? ›

In the search bar, tap the mic . Ask "What's this song?" or tap Search a song. Play a song or hum, whistle, or sing the melody of a song. Play a song: Google will identify the song.

Why don't I have the search a song button? ›

Are you unable to find the “Search a Song” option in the Google app? This indicates that you haven't installed the Google Assistant app on your iPhone or iPad. We're not quite sure why you need Google Assistant since you don't even have to open the app on your device.

What app Can you hum a song to find it? ›

Have a song stuck in your head? Press the SoundHound button, sing or hum the tune, and we'll do the rest! Music Discovery: 'Hey SoundHound… What's that song?

Can you hum a song to Google on computer? ›

When the listening screen appears, you'll see a “Search A Song” button. Tap it. Start humming or whistling the song you're trying to identify. This tool can also identify real music that's playing.

What's playing on my screen? ›

On your Android phone or tablet, touch and hold the Home button or say "Hey Google." Tap What's on my screen?

Why is my phone playing music by itself? ›

If your headphone socket is damaged, or simply dirty switches, then your phone might think headphones are being plugged in and thus starts playing music. if you can't clean the socket, you might simply end up disabling the headphone insertion auto-run feature.

What's Taylor Swift's first song? ›

"Tim McGraw" is the debut single by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, who wrote it with Liz Rose for her self-titled debut album. It was released to US country radio on June 19, 2006, by Big Machine Records.

How do you feel when you listen to music ielts? ›

Comments
  • a fan of music.
  • at home, relaxing, travelling, leisure.
  • mood savor, revitalize, recharge, mood recover, cheer me up.
  • blue, stress, sense of accomplishment.
  • all types, classical, country music, pop music, love music.
  • as long as its good one, its fun.
  • touches my heart, excitement.
22 Jul 2016

What did you feel while listening to the song Paraiso? ›

How did you feel while listening to the lyrics of the song? Explain your answer. I felt sad for the people living in paraiso and the people who are of the poorest families. But on the brighter side, this song inspired me to start a clean and healthy environment and also to help those in need.

How do you describe a good song? ›

The adjectives used to describe music are smooth, beautiful, soothing, warm, lyrical, melodious, etc.

Why do I get emotional when I listen to music? ›

The study found that music that creates pleasurable emotions lights up the mesolimbic pathway, the reward bit of the brain that gives us happy feelings. But that wasn't all; music also creates responses from the amygdala (which modulates emotional networks) and hippocampus (which centers on emotions around attachment).

Do you like listening to music answer? ›

Do you like listening to music? Yes, of course, I've always been a big fan of music since I was a little girl. Sometimes I alsolisten to music before sleeping at night for one hour and when I am riding my motorbike, which will both help me relax and feel more energetic when I hear the tune.

Do you think music is important? ›

Music can raise someone's mood, get them excited, or make them calm and relaxed. Music also - and this is important - allows us to feel nearly or possibly all emotions that we experience in our lives. The possibilities are endless.

How do you talk about music in ielts? ›

IELTS Speaking Sample Answer # Music
  1. Do you like music? ...
  2. What kind of music do you like? ...
  3. Do you think music has an effect on people's lives? ...
  4. When do you usually listen to music? ...
  5. What kind of music did you like when you were younger? ...
  6. What kind of music is popular in your country? ...
  7. Do you play any musical instruments?
14 Jul 2016

What does Paraiso really mean in the story? ›

Literally, Paraiso means paradise, but in the song, it was described as a degrading environment filled with trash and and mounts of garbage. A paraiso which is very polluted.

What values or lessons are reflected in the song Paraiso? ›

According to Maestro Cayabyab, “'Paraiso' is a commentary on the ecological state of many parts of the planet”. He alluded the song to the reality of how no trees are able to survive in the dumpsite and how the highly polluted Pasig river surrounds this mountain of garbage.

What value is vividly expressed as you listen the song What a wonderful world? ›

It's telling us to always hope for the best because it's not an impossible dream. “I See Trees of Green, Red Roses too” is the first line of the song, telling us straight away that there is always a chance for improvement and a chance to grow.

How do you comment for a nice song? ›

Judges comments
  1. “Great musicianship, you play with confidence and vocally you have a really good tone.”
  2. “Vocally you have a great tone and really good control on the high notes, a great overall performance.”
  3. “Vocally you have a booming voice and bags of character in your tone.”
  4. “Great power and control are all there!”
12 Apr 2019

How do you comment on music? ›

If you are stuck on how to compliment a song, you should check out these comments for inspiration.
  1. The transition between songs is just great.
  2. Beautiful beyond words.
  3. I love the way your every song tells a unique story along.
  4. I feel like you were made for this genre! Great song choice!
19 May 2022

How music helps us get in touch with emotion? ›

Whenever we're making music, we leave the realm of social conditioning and conscious thought. Instead, we're in direct contact with our emotions. Whenever we're engaged in creativity, such as music-making, we're present in the moment. This presence allows us to get in touch with our emotions and express them.

What is it called when you have an emotional response to music? ›

Frisson (UK: /ˈfriːsɒn/ FREE-son, US: /friːˈsoʊn/ free-SOHN French: [fʁisɔ̃]; French for "shiver"), also known as aesthetic chills or psychogenic shivers is a psychophysiological response to rewarding stimuli (including music, films, stories, and rituals) that often induces a pleasurable or otherwise positively- ...

How does music communicate ideas and feelings? ›

Music can arouse strong feelings, recall memories; it can promote extreme happiness or engender feelings of deep love or loss… Like speech, music has an acoustic code for expressing emotion, and even if a piece of music is unfamiliar, we can “decode” its message.

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