Sofianos, Stratis, Ariyaeeinia, Aladdin and Polfreman, Richard
Singing Voice Separation Based On Non-vocal Independent Component Subtraction and Amplitude Discrimination
In Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Digital Audio Effects (DAFx-10).
Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics. 4 pp, .
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Many applications of Music Information Retrieval can benefit from effective isolation of the music sources. Earlier work by the authors led to the development of a system that is based on Azi- muth Discrimination and Resynthesis (ADRess) and can extract the singing voice from reverberant stereophonic mixtures. We propose an extension to our previous method that is not based on ADRess and exploits both channels of the stereo mix more effec- tively. For the evaluation of the system we use a dataset that con- tains songs convolved during mastering as well as the mixing process (i.e. “real-world” conditions). The metrics for objective evaluation are based on bss_eval.
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||13th IInternational Conference on Digital Audio Effects (DAFx-10), Austria, 2010-09-06
|6 September 2010||Published|
||27 Apr 2011 14:38
||18 Apr 2017 02:26
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