deezer/spleeter is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.
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Spleeter GUI version
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Open-Unmix - Music Source Separation for PyTorch
Windows desktop front end for Spleeter - AI source separation
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How to add in samples? Beginner here!
reddit.com/r/Beatmatch | 2021-04-21
If you are not shy of using the command line: https://github.com/deezer/spleeter/
Stylegan2-ada x lucid sonic dreams x animal eyes
reddit.com/r/MachineLearning | 2021-04-20
This video was created with following repository’s stylegan2-ada-pytorch, lucid-sonic-dreams and spleeter
YouTuber bwm5150 should collab on the next Rocksmith
reddit.com/r/rocksmith | 2021-03-30
What Rocksmith needs is either some machine learning specialist to include something like deezer's spleeter into rocksmith (https://github.com/deezer/spleeter - tool that can split music into separate voice) - or more lawyers to get deals for using the multitracks to begin with, so Rocksmith can have the option to mute/turn down individual parts of the track, i.e. mute the part you're supposed to play).
zplane "deCoda" decoder plugin that tells you the key, tempo, chords where the verses and choruses are ($29) until 2 May
reddit.com/r/AudioProductionDeals | 2021-03-27
I think all of these tools are about the same. According to the Spleeter GitHub Repo, most of the stem splitter softwares out there are based on Deezer's models. If you're not comfortable with the command line version of Spleeter, some free GUI based versions are available..
Segit nekem valaki atirni egy python-ban irt AI modelt atirni C#-ba?
reddit.com/r/programmingHungary | 2021-03-22
What's your favorite music separation software?
reddit.com/r/audioengineering | 2021-03-19
New GB Cover project, anyone interested in getting involved?
reddit.com/r/GrizzlyBear | 2021-03-16
I'd love to help, but time and kids would prevent that. But I have had some fun in the past using Spleeter on stuff, using the google colab link that's there. You could use it pretty well to get some part isolations to study.
Is there any hardware that can help at isolating vocals from songs?
reddit.com/r/synthesizers | 2021-03-14
Try this: https://github.com/deezer/spleeter . It's not the simplest to use, but it's free and produces unbelievable results; there are some YouTube videos demonstrating it out there. It can has several extraction models but the vocal one is the most robust and effective.
Been using Reaper for about a year, here’s some of what I’ve been working on. I’d love to hear what you guys think! (Progressive Metal)
reddit.com/r/Reaper | 2021-03-11
You might be thinking of an iZotope product, sounds like RX or Neuron. It’s all relative of course, an algorithm is only as strong as its coder. Spleeter can perform similar functions, separating parts from a mix. It’s not an exact science, there will be artifacts and errors. How prevalent they are depends on unlimited factors.
[Research] Music Source Separation with AI networks: Comparison Tests incl. Spleeter, Lalal.ai, OpenUnmix and Extended Unmix
reddit.com/r/MachineLearning | 2021-03-05
Spleeter is a solution by Deezer, a popular French music streaming service. It’s available as a source code for separation and as a neural network model that was trained by AI experts from Deezer.
Xenoblade Chronicles X (Nintendo Wii U) - Black Tar (Instrumental) (ft. AI Neural Network)
reddit.com/r/gamemusic | 2021-03-04
Ozzy Osbourne isolated tracks?
reddit.com/r/IsolatedVocals | 2021-02-26
It's not perfect, but you might have luck using Spleeter. It isolates vocals (and other tracks) from audio files using machine learning and can work pretty well in my experience. To give you an idea, here's an example from his 2020 album that I'm pretty sure someone created using Spleeter or something very similar.
TIL Deezer released a free tool with which you can cut vocals out of everything that has background music
reddit.com/r/WeAreTheMusicMakers | 2021-02-26
Link to the tool (a bit hard to install, you need something called "Anaconda")
rule, so musik
reddit.com/r/196x | 2021-02-21
you can use spleeter in its raw form which allows for more control and higher quality outputs (https://github.com/deezer/spleeter) however it does involve a shitton of command line prompts and terminal commands since it has no graphical user interface, so if you don't want to do all the python shit, you can use the dozens of online mirrors that streamline the process. If you do, here's a tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAg_Lzb6WVI
Still building "I am a band" app, now with guitar tabs and lyrics, WDYT?
reddit.com/r/guitarlessons | 2021-02-20
Hi, the Android app is not opensource yet all the audio separation algorithm is and is called Spleeter : https://github.com/deezer/spleeter