First I did a test with a few songs on my pc. After the program trains itself with the songs, it takes a 5-second fragment of one of the songs, highly degrades it with noise and then tries to recognize it. It turned out to work just fine, and above all, very fast. Then I went for the heavier version, and fed 1000 different audio tracks into the training part of the program. To my surprise, it continued to recognize the music perfectly, in much cases up to noise degradation levels at which the human ear isn't capable anymore of recognizing it, which was nice.
That being written, if you want to get the Matlab code to play around a bit at home with,
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Hi Steven sir,
I am a communication student and working on my DSP project (i.e shazam) I will be very pleased if you send me Matlab code of Shazam I have been working on it since 2 months I am not able to find the correct match.
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please help me with this problem
You can download it here: https://github.com/steven2358/Shazam-Matlab
I have downloaded your code and try to run it, but it seems that there is no way to put my test segments into the code. Can you tell me where to put the test segment so that the code a=can do the test? besides, you said this package requires a directory containing music. Does it mean I need to put a dozen songs of .mav format into the 'songdir' file?
I need project like this for my master degree project. Can I use your code for my project?
I shall be very thankful to you .
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