EmoDB Dataset (Berlin Database of Emotional Speech)

Introduced by Rudd et al. in Leveraged Mel Spectrograms Using Harmonic and Percussive Components in Speech Emotion Recognition

The EMODB database is the freely available German emotional database. The database is created by the Institute of Communication Science, Technical University, Berlin, Germany. Ten professional speakers (five males and five females) participated in data recording. The database contains a total of 535 utterances. The EMODB database comprises of seven emotions: 1) anger; 2) boredom; 3) anxiety; 4) happiness; 5) sadness; 6) disgust; and 7) neutral. The data was recorded at a 48-kHz sampling rate and then down-sampled to 16-kHz.


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