Last.fm does Audio Fingerprinting

Today last.fm released a tool that will allow users to audio fingerprint their music and then give that data to last.fm to use for standardization of track names. In a sense each individual user is contributing to the data mining process by letting this tool scan their mp3 collection.

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~ by redspyda on August 30, 2007.

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