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By Roy van Rijn
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Published: Jun 01 2010 / 15:49

What does it take to write a music matching application like Shazam in Java? This writeup explains how can we listen to the microphone, how can we transform the data into a spectrogram and finally how we can match this data to other songs.
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mcnaz replied ago:

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One of the most informative and interesting articles I have seen on DZone for a while.

Makes a refreshing change from those top 10 best firefox/chrome plugins for xyz and ZOMG Java7 closures in/out/fugly articles :)

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governor replied ago:

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This is way cool!

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