This question already has an answer here:
My wife has a song stuck in her head and I don't know the song, though I know I have heard it, since it is from a film we've both seen.
If it was a image, I would say 'I can't picture that.' What is the analogous way to express that nothing comes to mind when I attempt to recall sound? Obviously, I could say exactly that, but I mean something analogous to the single word 'picture' as a verb. This question is sparked by the fact my actual response to her was 'I can't picture that song,' but of course I can't picture a song. No one can picture a song unless they have synesthesia.
I tried looking on Google and the closest that came up was the use of the term 'sonification' as analogous to 'visualization,' but I believe that was just made up for someone's PhD thesis (it definitely does not seem correct to say I can't 'sonify' a song). I suppose I could just say 'I don't remember what it sounds like,' which is perfectly correct, but I'm wondering if there is a more succinct way to express this idea for senses other than vision.