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A Query by Humming System using MPEG-7 Descriptors

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Studio microphones developed recently for high-resolution applications are capable of sensitivity corresponding to the noise level of air particles hitting the diaphragm surface due to thermal molecular movement and at the same time have a dynamic range of 130 dB or more. This is true for both microphones using analog electronics and microphones using the most recent ADC technology.

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