Search Results for author: Jordan B. L. Smith

Found 7 papers, 2 papers with code

Modeling the Rhythm from Lyrics for Melody Generation of Pop Song

no code implementations3 Jan 2023 Daiyu Zhang, Ju-Chiang Wang, Katerina Kosta, Jordan B. L. Smith, Shicen Zhou

Experiments for Chinese lyric-to-melody generation show that the proposed framework is able to model key characteristics of rhythm and pitch distributions in the dataset, and in a subjective evaluation, the melodies generated by our system were rated as similar to or better than those of a state-of-the-art alternative.

To catch a chorus, verse, intro, or anything else: Analyzing a song with structural functions

no code implementations29 May 2022 Ju-Chiang Wang, Yun-Ning Hung, Jordan B. L. Smith

Conventional music structure analysis algorithms aim to divide a song into segments and to group them with abstract labels (e. g., 'A', 'B', and 'C').

Boundary Detection Temporal Localization

Supervised Metric Learning for Music Structure Features

no code implementations18 Oct 2021 Ju-Chiang Wang, Jordan B. L. Smith, Wei-Tsung Lu, Xuchen Song

Music structure analysis (MSA) methods traditionally search for musically meaningful patterns in audio: homogeneity, repetition, novelty, and segment-length regularity.

Metric Learning

Modeling the Compatibility of Stem Tracks to Generate Music Mashups

no code implementations26 Mar 2021 Jiawen Huang, Ju-Chiang Wang, Jordan B. L. Smith, Xuchen Song, Yuxuan Wang

A music mashup combines audio elements from two or more songs to create a new work.

The Freesound Loop Dataset and Annotation Tool

1 code implementation26 Aug 2020 Antonio Ramires, Frederic Font, Dmitry Bogdanov, Jordan B. L. Smith, Yi-Hsuan Yang, Joann Ching, Bo-Yu Chen, Yueh-Kao Wu, Hsu Wei-Han, Xavier Serra

We present the Freesound Loop Dataset (FSLD), a new large-scale dataset of music loops annotated by experts.

Audio and Speech Processing Sound

Neural Loop Combiner: Neural Network Models for Assessing the Compatibility of Loops

1 code implementation5 Aug 2020 Bo-Yu Chen, Jordan B. L. Smith, Yi-Hsuan Yang

Music producers who use loops may have access to thousands in loop libraries, but finding ones that are compatible is a time-consuming process; we hope to reduce this burden with automation.

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