[JPL] Fingerprinting

Jae Sinnett jaejazz at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 7 11:08:58 EST 2012


Maybe I should ask this way...considering the way Sound Exchange is legally structured...is there something in the way preventing them from doing it...particularly since over 90% of formats stream?
 
Jae  

From: Jae Sinnett <jaejazz at yahoo.com>
To: "jazzproglist at jazzweek.com" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com> 
Sent: Wednesday, March 7, 2012 11:04 AM
Subject: Re: [JPL] Fingerprinting


Yep, I know but my point is surely they aren't the only ones that used this method. 

Jae 

From: Jane Dashow <jazzzdog at nyc.rr.com>
To: "jazzproglist at jazzweek.com" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com> 
Sent: Wednesday, March 7, 2012 10:58 AM
Subject: Re: [JPL] Fingerprinting


Fingerprinting was how MediaGuide tracked the format.

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On Mar 7, 2012, at 10:50 AM, Louis Erlanger <louisx at myfairpoint.net> wrote:

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> Fingerprinting is already in use.  One of the first companies to employ a version of it was Broadcast Data Systems, and this was already at least 15 years ago.  They built software that listened to the radio and was able to identify specific songs automatically.  The software would analyze portions of songs and keep that as a "fingerprint" to match against airplay. When I worked in music publishing, the publishing company licensed data from BDS to measure broadcasts in areas where a songwriter/artist was on tour.  Many music companies license data from SoundScan and BDS to track airplay and sales together.
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> There is software for smart phones called "SoundHound" that will automatically identify any song that is played into your smart phone microphone.
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> On 3/7/2012 3:08 AM, Jae Sinnett wrote:
>> Curious as to what you think of this idea..."fingerprinting." It's a thought if it's possible to implement.  "Fingerprinting in theory usually can permit any entity (such as the artists rights organizations that pay our royalties like ASCAP&  BMI) to track the content of any airplay or streaming broadcast by recognizing a digital finger print created from a quick random sample of the 0s&  1s that comprise any digital audio file. These samples are unique to every audio file making them virtually immediately identifiable by the fingerprinting software. And unlike other id methods fingerprinting does not have to be included @ the manufacturing stage, so it costs the content creators nothing."
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