I usually run everything through twice to make sure I don't get a false positive, but it's getting to the point that I recognize the names of the artists when they show up, and a quick search on Audio Network pulls it up for a comparison to the stream.
I've posted about it before, but I don't enjoy music, and when something has earwig properties and gets stuck in my head (music theory about using certain beats to make people get it stuck in their head even if they don't like the song) it drives me nuts so I have to listen to it on repeat two or three times to get it done with.You can use Shazam to help identifying the songs or search through Audio Network using keywords, tempo, duration, etc. Also, thanks to @bonecollecta for getting the cached version of the thread in case it couldn't be restored. Here are some tips if you wanna help expanding this list:@musou: The ones that come from Audio Network are the easiest to find; a combination of understanding the keywords a song might be tagged with and the usage of music identifier apps like Shazam usually suss those out fast.Post your findings on this thread and I'll link them here for everyone to see (and credit you accordingly, of course)! Once I realized Shazam could pick up on these royalty free songs, I was posting them in-chat before the song was even over.Players are responsible for protecting their accounts from access by others, and are strongly encouraged to select a hard-to-guess password and not re-use that password on any other sites where it may be read by the owners or administrators of that site.In the case of an account that has been lost or hacked, please inform technical support immediately through their website, Support.