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Kayzee

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  1. I keep getting this tune stuck in my head. Too bad GBA music tends to be so low quality!

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    2. Kayzee

      Kayzee

      Woah, okay I had no idea Spleeter existed. Looks neat actually! Not sure it would do very well in this case though.

       

      Also, I am talking about pre-mixed midi-style instrument/note data.

    3. PhoenixSoul

      PhoenixSoul

      Yeah; Spleeter won't do very well with separating synth from what sounds like guitars because, not sure why.

      I once tried taking a three sample audio stem pack of a two minute loop of RSE battle, and tried to use Spleeter on that, and the results were not great; the bass was nigh inaudible and mixed in with the timpani drums, some of the higher synth notes faded in and out, and it was just a mess.

      So much for bass boosting. I'd have better luck just playing a bass cover. Spleeter was designed for splitting vocals/drums/bass from songs, and does better at splitting the song stem from old Guitar Hero and Rock Band games into drums/vocals/whatever else. lolz

    4. Kayzee

      Kayzee

      Yeah I played with it a bit myself (had lots of trouble installing it because I was using python 3.9 and tensorflow which spleeter requires only supports python 3.8). It's kinda neat when it works right but it has problems.

       

      You know one of the problems you had with the RSE battle is Spleeter actually doesn't really work for high frequency sounds since it was only trained on 11,025 Hz samples. I think there is an option for slightly higher frequency but not much.

       

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