Is there a similar term for eidetic memory, but for sound?
An eidetic memory is the ability to remember things in exact detail, as if you can see them in your mind:
The measure of eidetic memory is calculated in seconds, and minutes. It is usually stronger in children and almost unknown in adults.
For this task, I would think: "as if you can hear them in your mind" describes it fairly well.
All dictionary sources define the term by "seeing"...but is it the same for hearing, smell, and even touch ?
I suppose it would be better developed in musicians as opposed to those of us who are less talented; it seems to be particularly well-developed in savants who can replicate perfectly a tune after hearing it once only.
Does "eidetic memory" apply here also?