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Tunesat Wrong Detection? (With Audio)

Something odd happened the other day. I had a Tunesat detection, but the music in the audio clip was definitely not mine. This can happen, especially in cases where composers use pre-canned drum loops and other software loops. In my case, my track was literally only guitar that I played and no fake instruments at all! Check out the clips below. The first is my raw track "Cloud Gazing" and the second is the Tunesat detection from the show "The Intern" on CMT.



To me the tracks aren't really close at all. I'm not sure how this could have happened, but I guess it's just because the software isn't flawless. This was the only time I've ever had this happen. I am not in any way trying to bash Tunesat, as I am a big fan and user of their service. I just thought it was strange and wanted to share this. Does anyone think they hear the track far in the background? Has anyone had this happen to them?


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