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Accent Detection Within the Amateur Singing Voice

@inproceedings{Ciresi2019AccentDW,
  title={Accent Detection Within the Amateur Singing Voice},
  author={Sarah Ciresi and Vidya Rangasayee},
  year={2019}
}
  • Sarah Ciresi, Vidya Rangasayee
  • Published 2019
  • In this paper, we investigate the feasibility of detecting innate speech characteristics, namely characteristics of accent, still present during solo singing by using singer-provided country and language as a proxy. We investigate variants of convolutional neural networks to classify the associated country and language of both native and non-native English speakers during their karaoke-style singing performance of English standard "Amazing Grace." The most successful architecture provides an 7… CONTINUE READING
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