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Watermarking of Archive Recordings
Narrow bandwidth audio is known to be one tough subject of watermarking when it comes to data density and transparency at the same time. Audio archives possessing rich selection of vintage material tend to license their assets without considering protection of any kind. In the presented paper we show how R2O watermarking technology succeeds providing an optimal solution in such environments.
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