chromaprint.js - A JavaScript implementation of AcoustID Chromaprint

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A JavaScript implementation of AcoustID Chromaprint. Provides a web library for calculating chromatic fingerprints of audio data in a Javascript runtime (such as the browser or Node), and a command-line implementation of fpcalc, which gets fingerprints of local files. The top-level chromaprint object has a number of factory functions, which it exposes purely for testing. The public API is pretty thin, though.

https://github.com/bjjb/chromaprint.js

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coffee-script : ^1.8.0
commander : ^2.5.0
q : ^1.1.2

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