FMA: A Dataset For Music Analysis
Defferrard, Michael and Benzi, Kirell and Vandergheynst, Pierre and Bresson, Xavier

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Type: Dataset
Tags:Music Sound

Bibtex:
@article{,
title= {FMA: A Dataset For Music Analysis},
journal= {},
author= {Defferrard, Michael and Benzi, Kirell and Vandergheynst, Pierre and Bresson, Xavier},
year= {2017},
url= {https://github.com/mdeff/fma},
abstract= {We introduce the Free Music Archive (FMA), an open and easily accessible dataset suitable for evaluating several tasks in MIR, a field concerned with browsing, searching, and organizing large music collections. The community's growing interest in feature and end-to-end learning is however restrained by the limited availability of large audio datasets. The FMA aims to overcome this hurdle by providing 917 GiB and 343 days of Creative Commons-licensed audio from 106,574 tracks from 16,341 artists and 14,854 albums, arranged in a hierarchical taxonomy of 161 genres. It provides full-length and high-quality audio, pre-computed features, together with track- and user-level metadata, tags, and free-form text such as biographies. We here describe the dataset and how it was created, propose a train/validation/test split and three subsets, discuss some suitable MIR tasks, and evaluate some baselines for genre recognition. Code, data, and usage examples are available at https://github.com/mdeff/fma.},
keywords= {Music Sound},
terms= {},
license= {},
superseded= {}
}


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