In today\'s scenario, most things are digitized. Music is one of the most famous forms of art, learned by different people and taught by several musicians. Therefore, music information retrieval (MIR) and its applications are gaining popularity following advances in machine learning technology. Various applications such as genre recognition, song recognition, automatic score generation, music transcription, tempo, beat type, etc. have been developed to achieve this goal. However, little research has been done to identify musical instruments. The new method proposed here develops a machine learning model in combination with the Mel-frequency-cepstral-coefficient by extracting audio features directly from the raw audio dataset. A total of 600 audio files containing sound samples from 6 different instruments are used for system training and instrument prediction.
Music is the main part of any song with out that songs won’t get popular, Most of the popular songs has a great match between the theme of song and music beats in background Music directors are responsible form syncing the music beats and vocal song. Here arises the need of identifying the instrument to justify presence of instruments and audibility in any song, This model is very helpful is such cases by computing and identifying the instruments in a audio file. Here we are developing a machine algorithm which can identify the instruments directly from a raw audio file. This algorithm is beneficial to beginner’s who practices professional level music tuning and song composing.
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II. PROPOSED ARCH?TECTURE
A. Block diagram Flow
The methodology of our suggested model is described in the following block diagram - based on machine learning model (Fig.1). The contributions to the paper are listed below.
Features extraction from raw mp3 audio files with Librosa package
Feature Scaling and Missing Values are used to preprocess the data collection.
The characteristics are correlated and the relationships between them are displayed.
Regressors is fitted to the feature set, with and without feature scaling.
III. RESULTS AND D?SCUSS?ON
A. Qualitative Anylysis with Dataset
The implementation is based on the raw mp3 music files dataset from the philharmonia world class orchestra website . The dataset consists of six different instuments as follows: (Flue, Sax, Oboe, Cello, Trumpet, Viola). The code was written in Python using Anaconda Navigator and Jupiter notebook. Training and testing datasets are divided 75:25. The music files dataset's exploratory data analysis is displayed in Fig. 2.
B. Quantitative Analysis with different Classifer Algoritham
The raw data set is 10 percent trimmed to avoid the null spaces in start and end of audio file, and fitted to KNN classifier and the training dataset is tested and the performance metrics are plotted to find the accuracy of the model with help of confusion matrix shown in fig3.
C. Quantitative Analysis with sugessted model
The dataset is fitted with KNN classifier with knn constant as 5 , Extra tree regressor ,Random forest regressor, Linear discriminant analysis Both the predicted and test data are used data are plotted on the probability plot analysis metrics, allowing us to see the probability of difference between the test and predicted data these analysis shows that KNN classifier is predicting the instruments with 1.75 as its probability score with less deviations towards data is the best classifier classifying the instruments.
This paper performs the exploratory data analysis of the extracting features from raw audio files and also explores the correlation between the features. Dataset is fitted with all regressors to analyze the performance in terms of MAE, MSE, EVS and R-score. Experimental results shows that the KNN classifier performed with an accuracy of 97 percent after feature scaling and from.
The undertaking has a huge degree in future. The task can be executed on intranet in future. Undertaking can be refreshed in not so distant future as and when necessity for the equivalent emerges, we are aiming to develop a full automated system that continuously analyze music samples all the day and predicts the instrument name helpful to beginner’s who are starting their journey singers in analyzing songs and instruments accurately.
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