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Question band-pass filter

Hi,
Does anyone know any way how to simulate a band-pass filter in c#.net ?
Example:
I have a music signal between 400HZ to 900Hz, and I want to apply the band-pass filter on it to play only from 500HZ to 700HZ..

Any idea would help ...

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