The reason I asked about singing is that you can to Sound Hound. I’ll try with
Siri just to see what happens!
On 19 Aug 2016, at 10:35, Dave Sheridan <dsheridan65@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I do understand as I still buy the occasional cd but needed, for several
reasons, to break away from the number I would buy on a regular basis. The
technology has also been a big factor in my change of habit as I use my
iPhone as the controller of my music system. Like you, discovering new music
by artists I know something of or ones recommended to me is so easy and
constructing playlists of favourite tracks is great.
Mike, if I sang to Siri he'd soon ask me to stop. I can't answer your other
question as I don't know anything of Amazon Prime.
Sent from my iPhone
On 19 Aug 2016, at 09:16, CJ &AA MAY <chrisalismay@xxxxxxxxx
I’m still old-fashioned enough in that if there is a CD I want, I still
prefer to have a hard copy sitting on the shelf! I do download music but
just odd tracks – probably no more than ten or so a year so paying £10 a
month for Apple Music or Spotify probably isn’t the best road for me to go
down. However, I have found Spotify really useful already and discovered
music by favourite artists I wasn’t aware of and am creating a Spotify
Playlist but still have eto learn about its other features.