Music Augmentation Usage in Music Genre Classification Models

Raivo Kasepuu
In this master's thesis, research is carried out to find out how the music augmentation affects the accuracy of music genre classification models. To solve the posed problem, the accuracy of the standard model with the original non-augmented dataset is compared with the accuracy of the models created using different augmented datasets. The master thesis uses GTZAN music dataset and music augmentations are observed on MFCC coefficients-based music genre classification models. As a result of the research, it was found that music genre classification models trained on augmented music datasets are more accurate than models trained on non-augmented music datasets.
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Master - Conversion Master in IT
Anna Aljanaki
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