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Homomorphic signal-processing techniques are used to place information imperceivably into audio data streams by the introduction of synthetic resonances in the form of closely-spaced echoes. These echoes can be used to place digital identiication tags directly into an audio signal with minimal objectionable degradation of the original signal.