Simple demixing


This is a commandline program that lets you decompose a sound into additive components in the spectral domain.

what it does is:
1) generate the sound’s spectrogram
2) decompose the spectrogram into N layers
3) resynthesize each layer and the residual to a separate soundfile

usage:
nmfdemix [-m] [-s] [-o long] [-c double] [-i long] [-f long] [--] [-v] [-h] filename #components

where:
-o , –overlap overlap factor (default 4)
-c , –criteria stopping criteria (default 0.001)
-i , –maxiterations max number of iterations (default 1000)
-f , –fftsize fftsize (default 4096)
-m, –matrixout output W and H matrices
-s, –silent don’t be verbose

download
nmfdemix for windows XP
nmfdemix for mac OSX

warning:
this tool takes some time to converge to a good solution and can be very heavy on CPU.
I only have tested it with files containing a few bars and less than 10 components/layers.

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