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Some Evaluations on a Digital Watermarking Technique for Music Data Using Distortion Effect
Yuto MATSUNAGA Tetsuya KOJIMA Naofumi AOKI Yoshinori DOBASHI Tsuyoshi YAMAMOTO
[Paper recommended by Technical Committee on Enriched Multimedia]
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Information and Systems
Publication Date: 2019/06/01
Online ISSN: 1745-1361
Type of Manuscript: PAPER
Category: Information Network
digital watermark, sound synthesis, sound effect, distortion effect,
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We have proposed a novel concept of a digital watermarking technique for music data that focuses on the use of sound synthesis and sound effect techniques. This paper describes the details of our proposed technique that employs the distortion effect, one of the most common sound effects frequently utilized especially for guitar and bass instruments. This paper describes the experimental results of evaluating the resistance of the proposed technique against some basic malicious attacks utilizing MP3 coding, tempo alteration, pitch alteration, and high-pass filtering. It is demonstrated that the proposed technique potentially has appropriate resistance against such attacks except for the high-pass filtering attack. A technique for increasing the resistance against the high-pass filtering attack is also supplementarily discussed.