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    ComposerLDG
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    Ok, so I was wondering. When we place tracks with libraries, they’re in a high quality format (WAV, AIFF, etc). In order for Tunesat to detect, does the high quality format need to be uploaded, or does an mp3 of the track work?

    I guess my question is, is it detecting the actual file being used, or is it using audio recognition? I’m thinking it’s the latter, but I figured I’d ask to be sure.

    Thanks,

    -Loren

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    Art Munson
    Keymaster

    I always upload a wav file as Tunesat takes a digital fingerprint and compares that against a detection. At least that is the way I understand it.

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    ComposerLDG
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    Good to know, Art, thanks. Guess I’ll be deleting and replacing files this afternoon!

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    KevinHRoss
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    I usually upliad wave files. Interestingly I had a detection yesterday and the file was mp3.

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    ComposerLDG
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    To be safe, I deleted the mp3s and replaced the with the wav files. Thanks for the answers!

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    soundroad
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    mp3s are working well.

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    ComposerLDG
    Participant

    Thanks, Soundroad. If that’s the case, then their technology must be based on audio recognition after all.

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