Singing voice separation: a study on training data

Laure Prétet, Romain Hennequin, Jimena Royo-Letelier, Andrea Vaglio

In the recent years, singing voice separation systems showed increased performance due to the use of supervised training. The design of training datasets is known as a crucial factor in the performance of such systems. We investigate on how the characteristics of the training dataset impacts the separation performances of state-of-the-art singing voice separation algorithms. We show that the separation quality and diversity are two important and complementary assets of a good training dataset. We also provide insights on possible transforms to perform data augmentation for this task.

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