MusicDNS


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MusicDNS

An acoustic fingerprint technology from MusicIP Corporation, Monrovia, CA (www.musicip.com) that is used to identify songs by their waveform characteristics. See acoustic fingerprint and MusicBrainz.
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Though the process by which Picard achieves this feat is thoroughly explained in the MusicBrainz documentation, a synopsis is that Picard scans the audio file to create an audio fingerprint and tries to match the fingerprint to tracks and their related metadata in AmpliFIND's MusicDNS server, which is a database designed for acoustic recognition on the track level.
LyricFind's Lyric Search and Lyric Display services will be added to MusicIP's MusicDNS, a web-based music identification service, as well as the MYDJ product line of intuitive music discovery solutions for websites, desktop software, and consumer electronics devices.
Our partnership with LyricFind is an important piece of our already robust MusicDNS and MyDJ products and enhances our ability to deliver innovative solutions for the world's top brands and their customers.
Through this partnership, the MusicDNS database of more than 16 million identified and analyzed tracks will grow significantly in conjunction with additional metadata information provided by the ongoing efforts of the MusicBrainz community.
The Open Fingerprint is designed to work successfully with all of the possible music in the world, and works seamlessly with MusicDNS to provide identification integrity.
For the industry: MusicDNS - A simple, dependable, inexpensive service to identify digital music tracks and provide basic metadata helping enterprises put the right music in front of the right consumers at the right time.
AOL has already deployed MusicIP's MusicDNS service and MusicIP's Acoustic Discovery Framework for global use in Winamp, one of the most popular media players in the world with nearly 52 million unique monthly visitors worldwide according to comScore Media Metrix, January 2006.