frequency is included in the sample.
If two sound samples are the same, then their FFT's will be the same.
You can calculate the RMS difference of two FFT's fairly easily:
D² = Sum( (f_A0 - _fB0)² + (f_A1 - f_B1)² + .... + (f_An - f_Bn)²)/n
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