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Singer Identity Representation Learning using Self-Supervised Techniques


Significant strides have been made in creating voice identity representations using speech data. However, the same level of progress has not been achieved for singing voices. To bridge this gap, we suggest a framework for training singer identity encoders to extract representations suitable for various singing-related tasks, such as singing voice similarity and synthesis. We explore different selfsupervised learning techniques on a large collection of isolated vocal tracks and apply data augmentations during training to ensure that the representations are invariant to pitch and content variations. We evaluate the quality of the resulting representations on singer similarity and identification tasks across multiple datasets, with a particular emphasis on out-of-domain generalization. Our proposed framework produces high-quality embeddings that outperform both speaker verification and wav2vec 2.0 pre-trained baselines on singing voice while operating at 44.1 kHz. We release our code and trained models to facilitate further research on singing voice and related areas.
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hal-04186048 , version 1 (23-08-2023)


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Bernardo Torres, Stefan Lattner, Gael Richard. Singer Identity Representation Learning using Self-Supervised Techniques. International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference (ISMIR 2023), Nov 2023, Milan, Italy. ⟨hal-04186048⟩
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