Convolutional Neural Network Achieves Human-level Accuracy in Music Genre Classification

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Dong, Mingwen;
  • Subject: Computer Science - Sound | Electrical Engineering and Systems Science - Audio and Speech Processing | Computer Science - Learning

Music genre classification is one example of content-based analysis of music signals. Traditionally, human-engineered features were used to automatize this task and 61% accuracy has been achieved in the 10-genre classification. However, it's still below the 70% accuracy... View more
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