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Conv-TasNet

A PyTorch implementation of Conv-TasNet described in "TasNet: Surpassing Ideal Time-Frequency Masking for Speech Separation".

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Results

From N L B H P X R Norm Causal batch size SI-SNRi(dB) SDRi(dB)
Paper 256 20 256 512 3 8 4 gLN X - 14.6 15.0
Here 256 20 256 512 3 8 4 gLN X 3 15.5 15.7

Install

  • PyTorch 0.4.1+
  • Python3 (Recommend Anaconda)
  • pip install -r requirements.txt
  • If you need to convert wjs0 to wav format and generate mixture files, cd tools; make

Usage

If you already have mixture wsj0 data:

  1. $ cd egs/wsj0, modify wsj0 data path data to your path in the beginning of run.sh.
  2. $ bash run.sh, that's all!

If you just have origin wsj0 data (sphere format):

  1. $ cd egs/wsj0, modify three wsj0 data path to your path in the beginning of run.sh.
  2. Convert sphere format wsj0 to wav format and generate mixture. Stage 0 part provides an example.
  3. $ bash run.sh, that's all!

You can change hyper-parameter by $ bash run.sh --parameter_name parameter_value, egs, $ bash run.sh --stage 3. See parameter name in egs/aishell/run.sh before . utils/parse_options.sh.

Workflow

Workflow of egs/wsj0/run.sh:

  • Stage 0: Convert sphere format to wav format and generate mixture (optional)
  • Stage 1: Generating json files including wav path and duration
  • Stage 2: Training
  • Stage 3: Evaluate separation performance
  • Stage 4: Separate speech using Conv-TasNet

More detail

# Set PATH and PYTHONPATH
$ cd egs/wsj0/; . ./path.sh
# Train:
$ train.py -h
# Evaluate performance:
$ evaluate.py -h
# Separate mixture audio:
$ separate.py -h

How to visualize loss?

If you want to visualize your loss, you can use visdom to do that:

  1. Open a new terminal in your remote server (recommend tmux) and run $ visdom
  2. Open a new terminal and run $ bash run.sh --visdom 1 --visdom_id "<any-string>" or $ train.py ... --visdom 1 --vidsdom_id "<any-string>"
  3. Open your browser and type <your-remote-server-ip>:8097, egs, 127.0.0.1:8097
  4. In visdom website, chose <any-string> in Environment to see your loss im

How to resume training?

$ bash run.sh --continue_from <model-path>

How to use multi-GPU?

Use comma separated gpu-id sequence, such as:

$ bash run.sh --id "0,1"

How to solve out of memory?

  • When happened in training, try to reduce batch_size or use more GPU. $ bash run.sh --batch_size <lower-value>
  • When happened in cross validation, try to reduce cv_maxlen. $ bash run.sh --cv_maxlen <lower-value>

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A PyTorch implementation of Conv-TasNet described in "TasNet: Surpassing Ideal Time-Frequency Masking for Speech Separation" with Permutation Invariant Training (PIT).

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