Well not totally right :)
I will have some wav files about 5 second in lenght (each file) and a friend server will send me a wav file (5 seconds too), then i will compare his file with the files i have and i will say "That song is ......" or "I don't know that song" and my program will "learn" that song.
This is just a learn project (not college or work project (: ) and i really apreciate all your help guys.
Optimus magister, bonus liber
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