Cortana Music Commands: Voice Control Your Listening Experience

Are you tired of constantly reaching for your phone to change the song or adjust the volume while listening to music on your computer? Look no further than Cortana Music Commands. With just your voice, you can control your listening experience. Below are some voice command examples to get you started.

#1 Basic commands

“Play music”
“Pause music”
“Resume music”
“Stop music”
“Play next song”
“Play previous song”
“Skip song”
“Skip back”
“Restart song”
“Repeat song”
“Shuffle music”
“Turn shuffle off”
“Turn shuffle on”
“Turn repeat off”
“Turn repeat on”

#2 Volume control

“Increase volume”
“Decrease volume”
“Turn volume up”
“Turn volume down”
“Mute music”
“Unmute music”
“Set volume to 50%”

#3 Song information

“What song is playing?”
“Who sings this song?”
“What album is this song on?”
“What is the name of this album?”
“What year was this song released?”
“What genre is this song?”

#4 Playlist management

“Create a new playlist”
“Add this song to my playlist”
“Add this album to my playlist”
“Remove this song from my playlist”
“Remove this album from my playlist”
“Play my playlist”
“Shuffle my playlist”
“Clear my playlist”

#5 Music service integration

“Play music from Spotify”
“Play music from Pandora”
“Play music from Groove”
“Play music from iHeartRadio”
“Play music from Amazon Music”
“Play music from SoundCloud”
“Play music from YouTube”
“Play music from Tidal”
“Play music from Apple Music”

#6 Device control

“Play music on my laptop”
“Play music on my desktop”
“Play music on my Xbox”
“Play music on my phone”
“Play music on my home theater”
“Stop music on all devices”
“Pause music on all devices”
“Resume music on all devices”