The ESC-50 dataset is a labeled collection of 2000 environmental audio recordings suitable for benchmarking methods of environmental sound classification. It comprises 2000 5s-clips of 50 different classes across natural, human and domestic sounds, again, drawn from Freesound.org.
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Urban Sound 8K is an audio dataset that contains 8732 labeled sound excerpts (<=4s) of urban sounds from 10 classes: air_conditioner, car_horn, children_playing, dog_bark, drilling, enginge_idling, gun_shot, jackhammer, siren, and street_music. The classes are drawn from the urban sound taxonomy. All excerpts are taken from field recordings uploaded to www.freesound.org.
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Freesound Dataset 50k (or FSD50K for short) is an open dataset of human-labeled sound events containing 51,197 Freesound clips unequally distributed in 200 classes drawn from the AudioSet Ontology. FSD50K has been created at the Music Technology Group of Universitat Pompeu Fabra. It consists mainly of sound events produced by physical sound sources and production mechanisms, including human sounds, sounds of things, animals, natural sounds, musical instruments and more.
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A dataset for urban sound tagging with spatiotemporal information. This dataset is aimed for the development and evaluation of machine listening systems for real-world urban noise monitoring. While datasets of urban recordings are available, this dataset provides the opportunity to investigate how spatiotemporal metadata can aid in the prediction of urban sound tags. SONYC-UST-V2 consists of 18510 audio recordings from the "Sounds of New York City" (SONYC) acoustic sensor network, including the timestamp of audio acquisition and location of the sensor.
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This repository contains the SINGA:PURA dataset, a strongly-labelled polyphonic urban sound dataset with spatiotemporal context. The data were collected via a number of recording units deployed across Singapore as a part of a wireless acoustic sensor network. These recordings were made as part of a project to identify and mitigate noise sources in Singapore, but also possess a wider applicability to sound event detection, classification, and localization. The taxonomy we used for the labels in this dataset has been designed to be compatible with other existing datasets for urban sound tagging while also able to capture sound events unique to the Singaporean context. Please refer to our conference paper published in APSIPA 2021 (which is found in this repository as the file "APSIPA.pdf") or download the readme ("Readme.md") for more details regarding the data collection, annotation, and processing methodologies for the creation of the dataset.
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