# DSD100


The dsd100 is a dataset of 100 full lengths music tracks of different styles along with their isolated drums, bass, vocals and others stems.

dsd100 contains two folders, a folder with a training set: "train", composed of 50 songs, and a folder with a test set: "test", composed of 50 songs. Supervised approaches should be trained on the training set and tested on both sets.

For each file, the mixture correspond to the sum of all the signals. All signals are stereophonic and encoded at 44.1kHz.

The data from dsd100 consist of 100 tracks which are derived from The 'Mixing Secrets' Free Multitrack Download Library (opens new window). Please refer to this original resource for any question regarding your rights on your use of the DSD100 data.

Have a look at the detailed list of all tracks (opens new window).

# Download

# Parsers

# Evaluation

# Acknowledgements

We would like to thank Mike Senior not only for giving us the permission to use this multitrack material, but also for maintaining such resources for the audio community.

# Authors

  • Zafar Rafii
  • Antoine Liutkus
  • Fabian-Robert Stöter
  • Stylianos Ioannis Mimilakis

# Citation

If you use this dataset, please reference it accordingly:

  Title = {The 2016 Signal Separation Evaluation Campaign},
  Address = {Cham},
  Author = {Liutkus, Antoine and St{\"o}ter, Fabian-Robert and Rafii, Zafar and Kitamura, Daichi and Rivet, Bertrand and Ito, Nobutaka and Ono, Nobutaka and Fontecave, Julie},
  Editor = {Tichavsk{\'y}, Petr and Babaie-Zadeh, Massoud and Michel, Olivier J.J. and Thirion-Moreau, Nad{\`e}ge},
  Pages = {323--332},
  Publisher = {Springer International Publishing},
  Year = {2017},
  booktitle = {Latent Variable Analysis and Signal Separation - 12th International Conference, {LVA/ICA} 2015, Liberec, Czech Republic, August 25-28, 2015, Proceedings},