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idk if you enjoy it or not, but nice experience

simultaneously play 5 or more songs and amazing, our brain know which song is which song Smile

set those songs to minimal volume you could barely hear / identify

maybe a way to captcha human or bot?
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I think that modern DSP algorithms could easily name each song aswell.


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malpolud wrote:
I think that modern DSP algorithms could easily name each song.

even if those songs are modified in some sort of random way?

if yes, then it is quite impressive what an age we here now!
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Don't know I'm still a beginner in this subject. IMO DSP is one of top humans achievements ever.
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sleepsleep wrote:
idk if you enjoy it or not, but nice experience

simultaneously play 5 or more songs and amazing, our brain know which song is which song Smile

set those songs to minimal volume you could barely hear / identify

maybe a way to captcha human or bot?
Listening to five different music pieces in the same time? I think that you can't expect anything but cacophony as a result. Razz Much more interesting effect you may obtain when listening to two copies of the same song, one slightly shifted over the second copy. Wink
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