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Echoprint: An Open Music Identification Service

Ellis, Daniel P. W.; Whitman, Brian; Porter, Alastair

We discuss Echoprint, an open source and open data music identification service available to anyone. Echoprint is efficient and speedy and works by generating dozens of hashes a second from input audio (microphone or files) and then matching those hashes in a large scale inverted index for queries. We discuss the signal code generator and the server component.


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ISMIR 2011 Miami: 12th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, October 24-28

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Electrical Engineering
International Society for Music Information Retrieval
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June 25, 2012
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