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 Encoding data in dubstep drops
 _[Warning: Those who can't stand EDM/dubstep, oh boy do I
have bad news for you in regards to this blog post]_

modem noises

 Dubstep songs are often criticized as sounding extremely
computer generated and often just too aggressive/"digital" for a lot
of people to enjoy. It's not uncommon for people to joke that
they sound like someone had added a bassline and drums to modem
 For some tracks this is truer than others. After all, it's
a genre with more aggressive interpretations and more relaxed
 But that had me thinking, how much effort would it be to
actually embed machine readable data inside a dubstep track, while
ensuring that the sound could be enjoyed by humans as well...
 Let's take a track to work with, this is the buildup and
drop of `Skrillex - Right In`:

Skrillex Right In Specogram

 Skrillex Right In Specogram