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Rosetta Tone Generator—Implementation of a DSP-Generated Test Signal in a Recording Setup
The paper describes a DSP-generated sequence of test signals for measuring the integrity of audio recording. The -Rosetta Tone- is a kind of fingerprint of the original sound recording, helping to detect sound alterations which occurred during the process of rerecording.
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