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So, what's the story?

This project is based on a Panic blog post. The post shows an example of how to duplicate iTunes 11's cover art color matching algorithm. Aaron Brethorst / http://www.cocoacontrols.com - modularized the code and made it a bit more reusable, and...here we are!

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