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October 28, 2009


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And I thought after reading the headline you were going to reveal that Shazam was using a bunch of people in India to listen to songs instead! (e.g. Spinvox)

Good to know there is sound technological background to this brilliant service, which I still think is magical.

Here's a MATLAB implementation of the Shazam algorithm: http://labrosa.ee.columbia.edu/matlab/fingerprint/

This is a good post and its really interesting to about Shazam.I think its truly a magic.Though I know that its just an application but it seems like a magic.Thank you very much for giving such a good information about Shazam.

I mentioned your article in this post:

Hello there, any idea if this technology is owned by Shazam cause I believe there are alternative software having similar functionality... (If not, any idea where I can get more details?)

I'm asking this as I would like to know how complicated it would be to re-use that same technology but for some completely different purpose, I just brought up this idea with some friends in random talk, and now just being curious...

Great post by the way

Wow , that's really cool that Shazam

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