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A Robust Audio Feature Extraction Algorithm for Music Identification
In this paper, we describe a novel audio feature extraction method, which can effectively improve the performance of music identification under noisy circumstances. It is based on a dual box approach that extracts from the sound spectrogram point clusters with significant energy variation. This approach was tested in a song finder application that can identify music from samples recorded by microphone in the presence of dominant noise. A series of experiments show that under noisy circumstances, our system outperforms current state-of-the-art music identification algorithms and provides very good precision, scalability and query efficiency.
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