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Johnny
@Johnny25232_twitter
Hi all
Geraldo Ramos
@geraldoramos
Hi there!
I've received this ticket, anyone has any thoughts? I believe this is a Spleeter thing since we at moises.ai don't do any post-processing.
Unfortunally, the spectral frequences been cuted at 11kHz after processing Is that problem with Spleeter or maybe there is bug in your servise?
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Moussallam
@mmoussallam
Hi Geraldo, yes cutting the high frequencies happens during the processing in spleeter
There's a parameter to change this output behavior: https://github.com/deezer/spleeter/wiki/3.-Models#separation-parameters
Geraldo Ramos
@geraldoramos
very nice, will incorporate that as an option. Thank you so much for the fast response.
Moussallam
@mmoussallam
but the models have not been trained to predict these frequencies (it's actually quite hard to do) so the results may be not so good
Geraldo Ramos
@geraldoramos
I see, will give some tests and if results are reasonable may be worth it making it configurable.
Moussallam
@mmoussallam
suit yourself :)
Geraldo Ramos
@geraldoramos
o/
eddiegueiros
@eddiegueiros
that's cool @mmoussallam you're leading the development of spleeter?
Moussallam
@mmoussallam
Not really, it's been developed by the research team over the last couple of years
and packaged recently for the open-sourcing
Johnny
@Johnny25232_twitter
i'm still having the issue with ffprobe
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Mickiki
@Mickiki4_twitter
Hello, great tools but have also the ffprobe error...someone that make it work can make a tutorial on how he installed everything including python? should help people with the fucking ffprobe error, or better if a nice guy could make it "gui"
test_account
@test_account_ac_twitter
Hi everyone. Just letting you know I built this free service https://acapella-extractor.com/ (to extract acapellas, obviously) using spleeter. Thank you to the developers for your work and making it open source :)
Mickiki
@Mickiki4_twitter
for thoses having ffprobe error i think it's a folder permission things cause if you move the files into user folder C:\Users\xxxxx for me only by moving it and use the command spleeter separate -i test.flac -p spleeter:2stems -o test worked
if you set a path it often don't work
maybe it's something related to security etc
Mickiki
@Mickiki4_twitter
if i correctly understood it can again improve by the ai training?
Mickiki
@Mickiki4_twitter
@mmoussallam is there a way to remove the 10mn limitation? it seems not doing anything on audios longer than 10mn
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Mickiki
@Mickiki4_twitter
new issue, i have countless of thoses lines, most of the time even with thoses it work, sometimes i only have vocals sometimes only instrumental, i tried a 20mn audio after settlings to 9000 but it overload cpu and there's no output after loading audios
Tom Watts
@Tom-Watts_gitlab
A bit late to the party: Thanks to everyone at Deezer who made this! Really excited for the future, in this research area
Forgot to say: i'm the maker of melody.ml the first website (there are around 5 websites serving the model now!)
That bug, with ffmpeg caused me a few sleepless nights with servers hanging, thanks for fixing it
Tom Watts
@Tom-Watts_gitlab
How big was the training dataset? In the paper you say around 22,000 songs, so if they're wavs roughly: 50mb 4 22,000, roughly 4 terrabytes of data? That's incredible, must have been quite an engineering challenge
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Mickiki
@Mickiki4_twitter
Hello sorry to bother again but i have a question about the stems provided: are they final versions or they can be improved and uploaded later? cause even if it's the better tools i ever used for that purpose, sometimes it don't perfectly work like for this youtube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KflJJdfFC8g you have instrumental with guitars behind and it was voiced other for the dub, but the tool don't perfectly keep everything except vocals (i want everything except vocals)
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bespokecomponents
@bespokecomponents
Hi there, can anybody help?
Problem I'm having using the audio_example.mp3 file, it seems to process successfully, but when i go to the out out folder and play the 2 stems there, they both are not seperated. The one named voice plays the whole song, and so does the other!
bespokecomponents
@bespokecomponents
Ok, doing a fresh install seemed to work for my problem. Now the problem I'm facing is that when i try to run the 4stem feature on an mp3 of around 6-9MB in size (around 3-4 mins in length), it never completes.
This is on a machine with intel i3 and 4GB RAM. Can anyone please confirm what kind of specs are necessary to split a single mp3 file into 4 stems?
This info would be really helpful in helping me determine if I ain't up to spec, or something needs to be tweaked.
Many thanks!
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edit: when i say never comlpletes, it is 'killed' or 'dumped' after about 5 mins of attempting the conversion
as it appears to max out the memory
Moussallam
@mmoussallam
Hi everyone. We have released a new version of spleeter== 1.4.4 if fixes some of the bugs that have been reported and brings some functionalities that you asked.
Also using this opportunity to point again to the FAQ : https://github.com/deezer/spleeter/wiki/5.-FAQ that we have completed these last days
Tom Watts
@Tom-Watts_gitlab
melody.ml has had over 70,000 songs uploaded now (for free!), the biggest request by far has been for frequncies above 11kHz
Whoever has a model for 44kHz wields a lot of power over the universe. Do you know if anyone is working on this? Wondering because the original work with UNet architecture you used (Spotify) was lower than 11kHz, hoping the next progression is > 22kHz. Was the choice purely for efficiency, or were there other challenges?
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Rayan fernandes
@Rayanfer32
im trying to deisgn a custom melody.ml website
where u can seperate youtube songs by searching its name
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Moussallam
@mmoussallam
Hi everyone, I propose to use replies to this thread to reference external services that are using spleeter
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TheIntelloBox
@TheIntelloBox_twitter
Hi guys I need help
I installed Anaconda, then I runned the command: conda install -c conda-forge spleeter
Then I do spleeter and it says: Fatal error in launcher: Unable to create process using '"d:\bld\spleeter_1574775894867_h_env\python.exe" "C:\Users\TheIn\Anaconda3\Scripts\spleeter.exe" separate -h ht'
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TheIntelloBox
@TheIntelloBox_twitter
@mmoussallam
eerilqin
@eerilqin
hi all
Nicholas Ngai
@NicholasNgai99_twitter
Hi Guys i have been using spleeter for awhile now and just now when I tried to extract vocals from a song it didnt work