Apple Music introduces 'Say-lists' feature for users with speech sound disorders

Apple has reportedly launched a new voice and sound disorder list in conjunction with Warner Music. The new function uses a built-in algorithm to identify song lyrics repeating complex sounds. Young SSD children are stated to have "Ch, d, f, g, k, l, r, s and t and z" sounding problems. Apple Music's Saylist functionality aims to solve the situation of these listeners. One in 12 students find some kind of speech sound disorder (SSD).

The new Saylists feature was unveiled, according to BBC News, by Apple with Warner Music collaboration. The new feature is designed to analyze the lyrics of children affected by SSD and recognize terms that can lead to problems. The algorithm analyzed and selected songs that were difficult to play and repeatedly analyzed 70 million songs in the Apple music library. There are 173 tracks, including Dua Lipa's 'Don't Start Now,' Lizzo's 'Good As Hell,' Fatboy Slim's 'Right Here Right Now.'

Warner Music UK CEO Tony Harlow says, "Through a motivational forum, which is so appealing and readily accessible in saylists, we can help people whose speech poses challenges."

"The optimistic and helping attitude to language and speech disorder is always something we are pleased with. Kamini Gadhok, Chief Executive Officer of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists, tracks the outcomes of the Saylist function. As with all the new methods and techniques, we propose successful performance evaluation and monitoring."

Stylist feature provides pleasure and spare fun to practice the sounds with SSD patients, without getting bored and tense, Another therapist is currently collaborating with Warner Music on this project.

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