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Audio: Music plagiarism analyzer

Summary
This tool facilitates retrieval of samples of one song in another song, which is useful for semi-automatic music plagiarism detection. More specifically, this tool analyzes an audio track and search for the presence of a previously specified music excerpt. The rationale behind this tool is reported in [1].

Publications
[1] C. Dittmar, K. Hildebrand, D. Gaertner, M. Winges, F. Muller, P. Aichroth, “Audio Forensics Meets Music Information Retrieval - A Toolbox for Inspection of Music Plagiarism”, EURASIP European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO’12), Bucarest, Romania

Contact information
If you encounter any problem or you have comments please write to Christian Dittmar (dmr@idmt.fraunhofer.de) or Daniel Gaertner (gtr@idmt.fraunhofer.de)

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