Feb. 12, 2024, 5:43 a.m. | Xuanjie Liu Daniel Chin Yichen Huang Gus Xia

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We have recently seen great progress in learning interpretable music representations, ranging from basic factors, such as pitch and timbre, to high-level concepts, such as chord and texture. However, most methods rely heavily on music domain knowledge. It remains an open question what general computational principles give rise to interpretable representations, especially low-dim factors that agree with human perception. In this study, we take inspiration from modern physics and use physical symmetry as a self consistency constraint for the latent …

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