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    'Spleeter' AI tool for isolating tracks from mixed songs..

    Is anyone fooling around w/Spleeter to create your own stems from Jimi studio or live tracks? I've been trying to stand it up on my laptop but i'm not a command-line programmer; will keep fooling w/it to get it rolling. I imagine there are a million possibilities for this tool regarding Jimi recordings. It has a 'training' mode that lets you feed it audio to teach it what to isolate. I wonder if poor live recordings could be bumped up to 'fair' or better w/this?

    https://github.com/deezer/spleeter: "Spleeter is the Deezer source separation library with pretrained models written in Python and uses Tensorflow. It makes it easy to train source separation model ... and provides already trained state of the art model for performing various flavour of separation"

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    Re: 'Spleeter' AI tool for isolating tracks from mixed songs..

    I've been using the demo version of Izotope RX-7. That's what I used on Eire Apparent's "Morning Glory" to reduce (couldn't quite eliminate) the vocal. Hopefully someone will make a GUI for Spleeter.

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    Re: 'Spleeter' AI tool for isolating tracks from mixed songs..

    And here's an online Spleeter User Interface! https://moises.ai/ I just tried it on Eire Apparent's "Morning Glory" and it does a slightly but significantly better job than Izotope RX-7. And it's much faster. I don't have time to upload a sample right now but try it yourself. Upload some Curtis Knight and get rid of him for good! LOL!

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    Re: 'Spleeter' AI tool for isolating tracks from mixed songs..

    Quote Originally Posted by Roland Stone View Post
    And here's an online Spleeter User Interface! https://moises.ai/ I just tried it on Eire Apparent's "Morning Glory" and it does a slightly but significantly better job than Izotope RX-7. And it's much faster. I don't have time to upload a sample right now but try it yourself. Upload some Curtis Knight and get rid of him for good! LOL!
    Thanks! I'll check it out...

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    Re: 'Spleeter' AI tool for isolating tracks from mixed songs..

    It's fun to play with. I eliminated vocals from "Gloomy Monday" and "Don't Accuse Me". I'd say if RX-7 gets rid of 90% of the vocals then maybe Spleeter gets rid of 95%. But I think Spleeter's artifacts from filling the holes left behind are a little smoother than RX-7. Still a lot of "pumping" going on though.

    Here's "Gloomy Monday Sans Vocal". https://clyp.it/3acrwl15 Removing Curtis from that "You Can't Use My Name" session is kind of poetic justice isn't it? :>

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