Re: request for dataset (aberrian )

Subject: Re: request for dataset
From:    aberrian  <aberrian@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Sat, 18 Oct 2014 15:11:09 -0700

Hi Alexander, I already emailed Shabih about the following new dataset, but I just realized I should've also sent it out to the rest of the Auditory list. You might be interested in adding it to the list on your website as well. It's called MedleyDB: I think it just got released this month. MedleyDB contains 122 songs of diverse genres, each with all their separated tracks (i.e. separate instruments and voices) available. And it's all under a Creative Commons license. So if you wanted to create a classifier that could detect a certain instrument, or if you wanted to check the capacity of your classifier to detect a specific kind of music, this is a great dataset to use. Best wishes, Alex On 2014-10-16 14:21, alexander lerch wrote: > Dear Shabih, > > you can find a list of music datasets on my website here: > > > However, I don't remember seeing one containing broadcast streams, so > I > am not sure how much help that can be. > > Alexander > > On 2014-10-15 11:04, Syed Shabih Hasan wrote: >> Dear All >> >> I am working on creating a classifier that can identify live speech, >> music, media sounds (tv, radio etc). Can someone, please, point me >> to >> publicly available datasets of audio that are also annotated with >> the >> proper labels? >> >> Best Regards >> Shabih >> >> — >> *Syed Shabih Hasan* >> Graduate Student in CS >> University of Iowa >> >> >> >> >> >>

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