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Detecção de pitch com SPICE

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Esta colab mostrará como usar o modelo SPICE baixado do TensorFlow Hub.

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# All the imports to deal with sound data
pip install pydub numba==0.48 librosa music21
import tensorflow as tf
import tensorflow_hub as hub

import numpy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import librosa
from librosa import display as librosadisplay

import logging
import math
import statistics
import sys

from IPython.display import Audio, Javascript
from scipy.io import wavfile

from base64 import b64decode

import music21
from pydub import AudioSegment

logger = logging.getLogger()
logger.setLevel(logging.ERROR)

print("tensorflow: %s" % tf.__version__)
#print("librosa: %s" % librosa.__version__)
2021-07-29 12:30:17.021228: I tensorflow/stream_executor/platform/default/dso_loader.cc:53] Successfully opened dynamic library libcudart.so.11.0
/tmpfs/src/tf_docs_env/lib/python3.7/site-packages/numba/errors.py:137: UserWarning: Insufficiently recent colorama version found. Numba requires colorama >= 0.3.9
  warnings.warn(msg)
tensorflow: 2.5.0
/tmpfs/src/tf_docs_env/lib/python3.7/site-packages/pydub/utils.py:170: RuntimeWarning: Couldn't find ffmpeg or avconv - defaulting to ffmpeg, but may not work
  warn("Couldn't find ffmpeg or avconv - defaulting to ffmpeg, but may not work", RuntimeWarning)

O arquivo de entrada de áudio

Agora a parte mais difícil: Grave seu canto! :)

Oferecemos quatro métodos para obter um arquivo de áudio:

  1. Grave áudio diretamente no colab
  2. Faça upload do seu computador
  3. Use um arquivo salvo no Google Drive
  4. Baixe o arquivo da web

Escolha um dos quatro métodos abaixo.

[Execute isto] Definição do código JS para gravar áudio direto do navegador

Selecione como inserir seu áudio

INPUT_SOURCE = 'https://storage.googleapis.com/download.tensorflow.org/data/c-scale-metronome.wav'

print('You selected', INPUT_SOURCE)

if INPUT_SOURCE == 'RECORD':
  uploaded_file_name = record(5)
elif INPUT_SOURCE == 'UPLOAD':
  try:
    from google.colab import files
  except ImportError:
    print("ImportError: files from google.colab seems to not be available")
  else:
    uploaded = files.upload()
    for fn in uploaded.keys():
      print('User uploaded file "{name}" with length {length} bytes'.format(
          name=fn, length=len(uploaded[fn])))
    uploaded_file_name = next(iter(uploaded))
    print('Uploaded file: ' + uploaded_file_name)
elif INPUT_SOURCE.startswith('./drive/'):
  try:
    from google.colab import drive
  except ImportError:
    print("ImportError: files from google.colab seems to not be available")
  else:
    drive.mount('/content/drive')
    # don't forget to change the name of the file you
    # will you here!
    gdrive_audio_file = 'YOUR_MUSIC_FILE.wav'
    uploaded_file_name = INPUT_SOURCE
elif INPUT_SOURCE.startswith('http'):
  !wget --no-check-certificate 'https://storage.googleapis.com/download.tensorflow.org/data/c-scale-metronome.wav' -O c-scale.wav
  uploaded_file_name = 'c-scale.wav'
else:
  print('Unrecognized input format!')
  print('Please select "RECORD", "UPLOAD", or specify a file hosted on Google Drive or a file from the web to download file to download')
You selected https://storage.googleapis.com/download.tensorflow.org/data/c-scale-metronome.wav
--2021-07-29 12:30:20--  https://storage.googleapis.com/download.tensorflow.org/data/c-scale-metronome.wav
Resolving storage.googleapis.com (storage.googleapis.com)... 64.233.188.128, 74.125.204.128, 74.125.203.128, ...
Connecting to storage.googleapis.com (storage.googleapis.com)|64.233.188.128|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 384728 (376K) [audio/wav]
Saving to: ‘c-scale.wav’

c-scale.wav         100%[===================>] 375.71K  --.-KB/s    in 0.004s  

2021-07-29 12:30:20 (97.8 MB/s) - ‘c-scale.wav’ saved [384728/384728]

Preparando os dados de áudio

Agora que temos o áudio, vamos convertê-lo para o formato esperado e ouvi-lo!

O modelo SPICE precisa como entrada de um arquivo de áudio a uma taxa de amostragem de 16kHz e com apenas um canal (mono).

Para ajudá-lo com esta parte, criamos uma função ( convert_audio_for_model ) para converter qualquer arquivo WAV que você tem para o formato esperado do modelo:

# Function that converts the user-created audio to the format that the model 
# expects: bitrate 16kHz and only one channel (mono).

EXPECTED_SAMPLE_RATE = 16000

def convert_audio_for_model(user_file, output_file='converted_audio_file.wav'):
  audio = AudioSegment.from_file(user_file)
  audio = audio.set_frame_rate(EXPECTED_SAMPLE_RATE).set_channels(1)
  audio.export(output_file, format="wav")
  return output_file
# Converting to the expected format for the model
# in all the input 4 input method before, the uploaded file name is at
# the variable uploaded_file_name
converted_audio_file = convert_audio_for_model(uploaded_file_name)
# Loading audio samples from the wav file:
sample_rate, audio_samples = wavfile.read(converted_audio_file, 'rb')

# Show some basic information about the audio.
duration = len(audio_samples)/sample_rate
print(f'Sample rate: {sample_rate} Hz')
print(f'Total duration: {duration:.2f}s')
print(f'Size of the input: {len(audio_samples)}')

# Let's listen to the wav file.
Audio(audio_samples, rate=sample_rate)
Sample rate: 16000 Hz
Total duration: 11.89s
Size of the input: 190316

Primeiro, vamos dar uma olhada na forma de onda do nosso canto.

# We can visualize the audio as a waveform.
_ = plt.plot(audio_samples)

png

Uma visualização mais informativo é o espectrograma , que mostra as frequências de apresentar ao longo do tempo.

Aqui, usamos uma escala de frequência logarítmica, para tornar o canto mais claramente visível.

MAX_ABS_INT16 = 32768.0

def plot_stft(x, sample_rate, show_black_and_white=False):
  x_stft = np.abs(librosa.stft(x, n_fft=2048))
  fig, ax = plt.subplots()
  fig.set_size_inches(20, 10)
  x_stft_db = librosa.amplitude_to_db(x_stft, ref=np.max)
  if(show_black_and_white):
    librosadisplay.specshow(data=x_stft_db, y_axis='log', 
                             sr=sample_rate, cmap='gray_r')
  else:
    librosadisplay.specshow(data=x_stft_db, y_axis='log', sr=sample_rate)

  plt.colorbar(format='%+2.0f dB')

plot_stft(audio_samples / MAX_ABS_INT16 , sample_rate=EXPECTED_SAMPLE_RATE)
plt.show()

png

Precisamos de uma última conversão aqui. As amostras de áudio estão no formato int16. Eles precisam ser normalizados para valores flutuantes entre -1 e 1.

audio_samples = audio_samples / float(MAX_ABS_INT16)

Executando o Modelo

Agora é a parte fácil, vamos carregar o modelo com TensorFlow Hub, e alimentar o áudio a ele. SPICE nos dará duas saídas: pitch e incerteza

TensorFlow Hub é uma biblioteca para a publicação, a descoberta e o consumo de partes reutilizáveis de modelos de aprendizagem automática. Isso torna mais fácil usar o aprendizado de máquina para resolver seus desafios.

Para carregar o modelo, você só precisa do módulo Hub e do URL apontando para o modelo:

# Loading the SPICE model is easy:
model = hub.load("https://tfhub.dev/google/spice/2")
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'global_step:0' shape=() dtype=int64_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
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2021-07-29 12:30:24.111749: I tensorflow/stream_executor/cuda/cuda_gpu_executor.cc:937] successful NUMA node read from SysFS had negative value (-1), but there must be at least one NUMA node, so returning NUMA node zero
2021-07-29 12:30:24.112856: I tensorflow/stream_executor/cuda/cuda_gpu_executor.cc:937] successful NUMA node read from SysFS had negative value (-1), but there must be at least one NUMA node, so returning NUMA node zero
2021-07-29 12:30:24.113780: I tensorflow/core/common_runtime/gpu/gpu_device.cc:1871] Adding visible gpu devices: 0
2021-07-29 12:30:24.114408: I tensorflow/core/platform/cpu_feature_guard.cc:142] This TensorFlow binary is optimized with oneAPI Deep Neural Network Library (oneDNN) to use the following CPU instructions in performance-critical operations:  AVX2 AVX512F FMA
To enable them in other operations, rebuild TensorFlow with the appropriate compiler flags.
2021-07-29 12:30:24.115196: I tensorflow/stream_executor/cuda/cuda_gpu_executor.cc:937] successful NUMA node read from SysFS had negative value (-1), but there must be at least one NUMA node, so returning NUMA node zero
2021-07-29 12:30:24.116207: I tensorflow/core/common_runtime/gpu/gpu_device.cc:1733] Found device 0 with properties: 
pciBusID: 0000:00:05.0 name: Tesla V100-SXM2-16GB computeCapability: 7.0
coreClock: 1.53GHz coreCount: 80 deviceMemorySize: 15.78GiB deviceMemoryBandwidth: 836.37GiB/s
2021-07-29 12:30:24.116345: I tensorflow/stream_executor/cuda/cuda_gpu_executor.cc:937] successful NUMA node read from SysFS had negative value (-1), but there must be at least one NUMA node, so returning NUMA node zero
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2021-07-29 12:30:24.785283: I tensorflow/core/common_runtime/gpu/gpu_device.cc:1418] Created TensorFlow device (/job:localhost/replica:0/task:0/device:GPU:0 with 14646 MB memory) -> physical GPU (device: 0, name: Tesla V100-SXM2-16GB, pci bus id: 0000:00:05.0, compute capability: 7.0)
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'global_step:0' shape=() dtype=int64_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'encoder/conv2d/kernel:0' shape=(1, 3, 1, 64) dtype=float32_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
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WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'encoder/batch_normalization/gamma:0' shape=(64,) dtype=float32_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
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WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'encoder/batch_normalization/moving_mean:0' shape=(64,) dtype=float32_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'encoder/batch_normalization/moving_mean:0' shape=(64,) dtype=float32_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
2021-07-29 12:30:24.944939: I tensorflow/compiler/mlir/mlir_graph_optimization_pass.cc:176] None of the MLIR Optimization Passes are enabled (registered 2)
2021-07-29 12:30:24.946490: I tensorflow/core/platform/profile_utils/cpu_utils.cc:114] CPU Frequency: 2000179999 Hz
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'global_step:0' shape=() dtype=int64_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'global_step:0' shape=() dtype=int64_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'encoder/conv2d/kernel:0' shape=(1, 3, 1, 64) dtype=float32_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'encoder/conv2d/kernel:0' shape=(1, 3, 1, 64) dtype=float32_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'encoder/batch_normalization/gamma:0' shape=(64,) dtype=float32_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'encoder/batch_normalization/gamma:0' shape=(64,) dtype=float32_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'encoder/batch_normalization/beta:0' shape=(64,) dtype=float32_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'encoder/batch_normalization/beta:0' shape=(64,) dtype=float32_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'encoder/batch_normalization/moving_mean:0' shape=(64,) dtype=float32_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'encoder/batch_normalization/moving_mean:0' shape=(64,) dtype=float32_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'global_step:0' shape=() dtype=int64_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'global_step:0' shape=() dtype=int64_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'encoder/conv2d/kernel:0' shape=(1, 3, 1, 64) dtype=float32_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'encoder/conv2d/kernel:0' shape=(1, 3, 1, 64) dtype=float32_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'encoder/batch_normalization/gamma:0' shape=(64,) dtype=float32_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'encoder/batch_normalization/gamma:0' shape=(64,) dtype=float32_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'encoder/batch_normalization/beta:0' shape=(64,) dtype=float32_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'encoder/batch_normalization/beta:0' shape=(64,) dtype=float32_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'encoder/batch_normalization/moving_mean:0' shape=(64,) dtype=float32_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().
WARNING:tensorflow:Unable to create a python object for variable <tf.Variable 'encoder/batch_normalization/moving_mean:0' shape=(64,) dtype=float32_ref> because it is a reference variable. It may not be visible to training APIs. If this is a problem, consider rebuilding the SavedModel after running tf.compat.v1.enable_resource_variables().

Com o modelo carregado, dados preparados, precisamos de 3 linhas para obter o resultado:

# We now feed the audio to the SPICE tf.hub model to obtain pitch and uncertainty outputs as tensors.
model_output = model.signatures["serving_default"](tf.constant(audio_samples, tf.float32))

pitch_outputs = model_output["pitch"]
uncertainty_outputs = model_output["uncertainty"]

# 'Uncertainty' basically means the inverse of confidence.
confidence_outputs = 1.0 - uncertainty_outputs

fig, ax = plt.subplots()
fig.set_size_inches(20, 10)
plt.plot(pitch_outputs, label='pitch')
plt.plot(confidence_outputs, label='confidence')
plt.legend(loc="lower right")
plt.show()
2021-07-29 12:30:26.038907: I tensorflow/stream_executor/platform/default/dso_loader.cc:53] Successfully opened dynamic library libcudnn.so.8
2021-07-29 12:30:26.705351: I tensorflow/stream_executor/cuda/cuda_dnn.cc:359] Loaded cuDNN version 8100
2021-07-29 12:30:27.386535: I tensorflow/stream_executor/platform/default/dso_loader.cc:53] Successfully opened dynamic library libcublas.so.11
2021-07-29 12:30:28.003355: I tensorflow/stream_executor/platform/default/dso_loader.cc:53] Successfully opened dynamic library libcublasLt.so.11
2021-07-29 12:30:28.007462: I tensorflow/stream_executor/platform/default/dso_loader.cc:53] Successfully opened dynamic library libcufft.so.10

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Vamos tornar os resultados mais fáceis de entender removendo todas as estimativas de pitch com baixa confiança (confiança <0,9) e plotar as restantes.

confidence_outputs = list(confidence_outputs)
pitch_outputs = [ float(x) for x in pitch_outputs]

indices = range(len (pitch_outputs))
confident_pitch_outputs = [ (i,p)  
  for i, p, c in zip(indices, pitch_outputs, confidence_outputs) if  c >= 0.9  ]
confident_pitch_outputs_x, confident_pitch_outputs_y = zip(*confident_pitch_outputs)

fig, ax = plt.subplots()
fig.set_size_inches(20, 10)
ax.set_ylim([0, 1])
plt.scatter(confident_pitch_outputs_x, confident_pitch_outputs_y, )
plt.scatter(confident_pitch_outputs_x, confident_pitch_outputs_y, c="r")

plt.show()

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Os valores de afinação retornados por SPICE estão na faixa de 0 a 1. Vamos convertê-los em valores de afinação absolutos em Hz.

def output2hz(pitch_output):
  # Constants taken from https://tfhub.dev/google/spice/2
  PT_OFFSET = 25.58
  PT_SLOPE = 63.07
  FMIN = 10.0;
  BINS_PER_OCTAVE = 12.0;
  cqt_bin = pitch_output * PT_SLOPE + PT_OFFSET;
  return FMIN * 2.0 ** (1.0 * cqt_bin / BINS_PER_OCTAVE)

confident_pitch_values_hz = [ output2hz(p) for p in confident_pitch_outputs_y ]

Agora, vamos ver como a previsão é boa: vamos sobrepor as alturas previstas sobre o espectrograma original. Para tornar as previsões de pitch mais visíveis, mudamos o espectrograma para preto e branco.

plot_stft(audio_samples / MAX_ABS_INT16 , 
          sample_rate=EXPECTED_SAMPLE_RATE, show_black_and_white=True)
# Note: conveniently, since the plot is in log scale, the pitch outputs 
# also get converted to the log scale automatically by matplotlib.
plt.scatter(confident_pitch_outputs_x, confident_pitch_values_hz, c="r")

plt.show()

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Convertendo em notas musicais

Agora que temos os valores de afinação, vamos convertê-los em notas! Essa parte é desafiadora por si só. Temos que levar em consideração duas coisas:

  1. o resto (quando não há canto)
  2. o tamanho de cada nota (deslocamentos)

1: Adicionando zeros à saída para indicar quando não há canto

pitch_outputs_and_rests = [
    output2hz(p) if c >= 0.9 else 0
    for i, p, c in zip(indices, pitch_outputs, confidence_outputs)
]

2: Adicionando compensações de notas

Quando uma pessoa canta livremente, a melodia pode ter um deslocamento para os valores absolutos de altura que as notas podem representar. Portanto, para converter previsões em notas, é necessário corrigir esse possível deslocamento. Isso é o que o código a seguir calcula.

A4 = 440
C0 = A4 * pow(2, -4.75)
note_names = ["C", "C#", "D", "D#", "E", "F", "F#", "G", "G#", "A", "A#", "B"]

def hz2offset(freq):
  # This measures the quantization error for a single note.
  if freq == 0:  # Rests always have zero error.
    return None
  # Quantized note.
  h = round(12 * math.log2(freq / C0))
  return 12 * math.log2(freq / C0) - h


# The ideal offset is the mean quantization error for all the notes
# (excluding rests):
offsets = [hz2offset(p) for p in pitch_outputs_and_rests if p != 0]
print("offsets: ", offsets)

ideal_offset = statistics.mean(offsets)
print("ideal offset: ", ideal_offset)
offsets:  [0.2851075707500712, 0.3700368844097355, 0.2861639241998972, 0.19609005646164235, 0.17851737247163868, 0.27334483073408933, -0.4475316266590852, -0.24651997073237908, -0.1796558047706398, -0.23060136331860548, -0.3782634107643901, -0.4725100625926686, -0.3457194541269999, -0.2436666886383776, -0.1818906877810207, -0.1348077739650435, -0.24551812662426897, -0.4454903457934165, -0.3126792745167535, -0.12241723670307181, -0.06614479972665066, -0.06702634735648871, -0.1744135098034576, -0.29365551425759406, -0.32520890458170726, -0.056438377636119696, 0.1470525135224534, 0.17167006002122775, 0.16529246704037348, 0.09569531546290477, -0.006323616641203955, -0.11799822075907684, -0.18835098459069144, -0.17934754504506145, -0.17215419157092526, -0.23695828034226452, -0.34594501002376177, -0.39380045278613807, -0.2528674895936689, -0.11009248657768467, -0.07118597401920113, -0.08042248799149121, -0.12799598588293293, -0.16227484329287023, -0.05931985421721464, 0.10667800800259641, 0.21044687793906292, 0.2931939382975841, -0.22329278631751492, -0.12365553720538003, -0.4571117360765271, -0.34864566459005175, -0.35947798653189267, -0.4313175396496476, -0.4818928106004421, 0.44220950977261, 0.45883109973128455, -0.47095522924010425, -0.3674495078498552, -0.3047186536962201, -0.31075979246441676, -0.4501382996017185, 0.3966096259778311, 0.4238116671269694, 0.4982676686471237, -0.45932030423227843, -0.4890504510576079, 0.3836871527260044, 0.4441304941600137, -0.38787359430138935, -0.24855899466817277, -0.20666386647764057, -0.23811575664822726, -0.2760223047310504, -0.3641714288169524, -0.41670903606955534, -0.41009272976462086, -0.3340427999073796, -0.26122959716860805, -0.2232610212141708, -0.19940660549943345, -0.22528914465252825, -0.2780899004513415, -0.2744434134537457, -0.25654931231085953, -0.33068201704567457, -0.4678933079416083, -0.4695135511333177, -0.1648153518015647, -0.24618840082233362, -0.48052406086269883, -0.3771743489677135, -0.32261801643912236, -0.25560347987954657, -0.24629741950576545, -0.14035005553309787, -0.16659160448853783, -0.2442749349648139, -0.236978201704666, -0.20882506652418442, -0.22637331529204374, -0.29836135937516417, -0.39081484182421633, -0.3909877680117404, -0.3650093676025108, -0.2642347521955202, -0.13023199393098395, -0.18214744283501716, -0.3020867909366345, -0.33754229827467697, -0.34391801162306024, -0.31454499496763333, -0.26713502510135356, -0.2910439501578139, -0.11686573876684037, -0.1673094354445226, -0.24345334692542053, -0.30852998240535356, -0.35647376789395935, -0.37154654069487236, -0.3600149954730796, -0.2667062802488047, -0.21902000440899627, -0.2484456507736752, -0.2774107871825038, -0.2941432754570741, -0.31118778272216474, -0.32662896348779213, -0.3053947554403962, -0.2160201109821145, -0.17343703730647775, -0.17792559965198507, -0.19880643679444177, -0.2725068260604502, -0.3152120758468442, -0.28217377586905457, -0.11595223738495974, 0.0541902144377957, 0.11488166735824024, -0.2559698195630773, 0.01930235610660702, -0.002236352401425279, 0.4468796487277231, 0.15514959977323883, 0.4207694853966899, 0.3854474319642236, 0.4373497234409598, -0.4694994504625001, -0.3662719146782649, -0.20354085369650932, -0.015043790774988963, -0.4185651697093675, -0.17896653874461066, -0.032896162706066434, -0.061098168330843805, -0.1953772325689087, -0.2545198683315988, -0.3363741032654488, -0.39191536320988973, -0.36531668408458984, -0.3489657612020167, -0.35455202891175475, -0.38925192399566555, 0.48781635300571935, -0.2820884378129733, -0.241939488189864, -0.24987341685836384, -0.3034880535179809, -0.2910712014014081, -0.2783103765422581, -0.30017802073304267, -0.23735882385318519, -0.15802705569807785, -0.1688725350672513, 0.00533368216211727, -0.2545762573057857, -0.28210347487274845, -0.29791870250051034, -0.3228369901949648, -0.3895802937323367, 0.4323827980583488, 0.17439196334535723, -0.12961039467398905, -0.2236296109730489, -0.04022635205333813, -0.4264043621594098, -0.0019025255615048309, -0.07466309859101727, -0.08665327413623203, -0.08169104440753472, -0.31617519541327965, -0.47420548422877573, 0.1502044753855003, 0.30507923857624064, 0.031032583278971515, -0.17852388186996393, -0.3371347884709195, -0.41780861421172233, -0.2023933346444835, -0.10604901297633518, -0.10771248771493447, -0.16037790997569346, -0.18698410763089868, -0.17355977250879562, -0.008242337244190878, -0.011401999431292609, -0.1876701734835322, -0.3601715640598968, 0.011681766969516616, -0.1931417836124183]
ideal offset:  -0.16889341450193418

Agora podemos usar algumas heurísticas para tentar estimar a sequência mais provável de notas que foram cantadas. O deslocamento ideal calculado acima é um ingrediente - mas também precisamos saber a velocidade (quantas previsões fazem, digamos, um oitavo?) E o deslocamento de tempo para iniciar a quantização. Para simplificar, vamos tentar diferentes velocidades e deslocamentos de tempo e medir o erro de quantização, usando no final os valores que minimizam esse erro.

def quantize_predictions(group, ideal_offset):
  # Group values are either 0, or a pitch in Hz.
  non_zero_values = [v for v in group if v != 0]
  zero_values_count = len(group) - len(non_zero_values)

  # Create a rest if 80% is silent, otherwise create a note.
  if zero_values_count > 0.8 * len(group):
    # Interpret as a rest. Count each dropped note as an error, weighted a bit
    # worse than a badly sung note (which would 'cost' 0.5).
    return 0.51 * len(non_zero_values), "Rest"
  else:
    # Interpret as note, estimating as mean of non-rest predictions.
    h = round(
        statistics.mean([
            12 * math.log2(freq / C0) - ideal_offset for freq in non_zero_values
        ]))
    octave = h // 12
    n = h % 12
    note = note_names[n] + str(octave)
    # Quantization error is the total difference from the quantized note.
    error = sum([
        abs(12 * math.log2(freq / C0) - ideal_offset - h)
        for freq in non_zero_values
    ])
    return error, note


def get_quantization_and_error(pitch_outputs_and_rests, predictions_per_eighth,
                               prediction_start_offset, ideal_offset):
  # Apply the start offset - we can just add the offset as rests.
  pitch_outputs_and_rests = [0] * prediction_start_offset + \
                            pitch_outputs_and_rests
  # Collect the predictions for each note (or rest).
  groups = [
      pitch_outputs_and_rests[i:i + predictions_per_eighth]
      for i in range(0, len(pitch_outputs_and_rests), predictions_per_eighth)
  ]

  quantization_error = 0

  notes_and_rests = []
  for group in groups:
    error, note_or_rest = quantize_predictions(group, ideal_offset)
    quantization_error += error
    notes_and_rests.append(note_or_rest)

  return quantization_error, notes_and_rests


best_error = float("inf")
best_notes_and_rests = None
best_predictions_per_note = None

for predictions_per_note in range(20, 65, 1):
  for prediction_start_offset in range(predictions_per_note):

    error, notes_and_rests = get_quantization_and_error(
        pitch_outputs_and_rests, predictions_per_note,
        prediction_start_offset, ideal_offset)

    if error < best_error:      
      best_error = error
      best_notes_and_rests = notes_and_rests
      best_predictions_per_note = predictions_per_note

# At this point, best_notes_and_rests contains the best quantization.
# Since we don't need to have rests at the beginning, let's remove these:
while best_notes_and_rests[0] == 'Rest':
  best_notes_and_rests = best_notes_and_rests[1:]
# Also remove silence at the end.
while best_notes_and_rests[-1] == 'Rest':
  best_notes_and_rests = best_notes_and_rests[:-1]

Agora vamos escrever as notas quantizadas como partituras!

Para fazer isso vamos usar duas bibliotecas: music21 e Folha Open Music exibição

# Creating the sheet music score.
sc = music21.stream.Score()
# Adjust the speed to match the actual singing.
bpm = 60 * 60 / best_predictions_per_note
print ('bpm: ', bpm)
a = music21.tempo.MetronomeMark(number=bpm)
sc.insert(0,a)

for snote in best_notes_and_rests:   
    d = 'half'
    if snote == 'Rest':      
      sc.append(music21.note.Rest(type=d))
    else:
      sc.append(music21.note.Note(snote, type=d))
bpm:  78.26086956521739

[Execute esta] função auxiliar para usar a exibição de partituras abertas (código JS) para mostrar uma partitura musical

from IPython.core.display import display, HTML, Javascript
import json, random

def showScore(score):
    xml = open(score.write('musicxml')).read()
    showMusicXML(xml)

def showMusicXML(xml):
    DIV_ID = "OSMD_div"
    display(HTML('<div id="'+DIV_ID+'">loading OpenSheetMusicDisplay</div>'))
    script = """
    var div_id = { {DIV_ID} };
    function loadOSMD() { 
        return new Promise(function(resolve, reject){
            if (window.opensheetmusicdisplay) {
                return resolve(window.opensheetmusicdisplay)
            }
            // OSMD script has a 'define' call which conflicts with requirejs
            var _define = window.define // save the define object 
            window.define = undefined // now the loaded script will ignore requirejs
            var s = document.createElement( 'script' );
            s.setAttribute( 'src', "https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/opensheetmusicdisplay@0.7.6/build/opensheetmusicdisplay.min.js" );
            //s.setAttribute( 'src', "/custom/opensheetmusicdisplay.js" );
            s.onload=function(){
                window.define = _define
                resolve(opensheetmusicdisplay);
            };
            document.body.appendChild( s ); // browser will try to load the new script tag
        }) 
    }
    loadOSMD().then((OSMD)=>{
        window.openSheetMusicDisplay = new OSMD.OpenSheetMusicDisplay(div_id, {
          drawingParameters: "compacttight"
        });
        openSheetMusicDisplay
            .load({ {data} })
            .then(
              function() {
                openSheetMusicDisplay.render();
              }
            );
    })
    """.replace('{ {DIV_ID} }',DIV_ID).replace('{ {data} }',json.dumps(xml))
    display(Javascript(script))
    return
# rendering the music score
showScore(sc)
print(best_notes_and_rests)
<IPython.core.display.Javascript object>
['C3', 'D3', 'E3', 'F3', 'G3', 'A3', 'B3', 'C4']

Vamos converter as notas musicais em um arquivo MIDI e ouvi-lo.

Para criar este arquivo, podemos usar o fluxo que criamos antes.

# Saving the recognized musical notes as a MIDI file
converted_audio_file_as_midi = converted_audio_file[:-4] + '.mid'
fp = sc.write('midi', fp=converted_audio_file_as_midi)
wav_from_created_midi = converted_audio_file_as_midi.replace(' ', '_') + "_midioutput.wav"
print(wav_from_created_midi)
converted_audio_file.mid_midioutput.wav

Para ouvi-lo no colab, precisamos convertê-lo de volta para wav. Uma maneira fácil de fazer isso é usar o Timidity.

timidity $converted_audio_file_as_midi -Ow -o $wav_from_created_midi
Playing converted_audio_file.mid
MIDI file: converted_audio_file.mid
Format: 1  Tracks: 2  Divisions: 1024
Track name: 
Playing time: ~16 seconds
Notes cut: 0
Notes lost totally: 0

E, por fim, ouça o áudio, criado a partir de notas, criadas via MIDI a partir dos pitches previstos, inferidos pelo modelo!

Audio(wav_from_created_midi)