audio-ldm

Maintainer: haoheliu

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34

Last updated 6/19/2024
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Model overview

audio-ldm is a text-to-audio generation model created by Haohe Liu, a researcher at CVSSP. It uses latent diffusion models to generate audio based on text prompts. The model is similar to stable-diffusion, a widely-used latent text-to-image diffusion model, but applied to the audio domain. It is also related to models like riffusion, which generates music from text, and whisperx, which transcribes audio. However, audio-ldm is focused specifically on generating a wide range of audio content from text.

Model inputs and outputs

The audio-ldm model takes in a text prompt as input and generates an audio clip as output. The text prompt can describe the desired sound, such as "a hammer hitting a wooden surface" or "children singing". The model then produces an audio clip that matches the text prompt.

Inputs

  • Text: A text prompt describing the desired audio to generate.
  • Duration: The duration of the generated audio clip in seconds. Higher durations may lead to out-of-memory errors.
  • Random Seed: An optional random seed to control the randomness of the generation.
  • N Candidates: The number of candidate audio clips to generate, with the best one selected.
  • Guidance Scale: A parameter that controls the balance between audio quality and diversity. Higher values lead to better quality but less diversity.

Outputs

  • Audio Clip: The generated audio clip that matches the input text prompt.

Capabilities

audio-ldm is capable of generating a wide variety of audio content from text prompts, including speech, sound effects, music, and beyond. It can also perform audio-to-audio generation, where it generates a new audio clip that has similar sound events to a provided input audio. Additionally, the model supports text-guided audio-to-audio style transfer, where it can transfer the sound of an input audio clip to match a text description.

What can I use it for?

audio-ldm could be useful for various applications, such as:

  • Creative content generation: Generating audio content for use in videos, games, or other multimedia projects.
  • Audio post-production: Automating the creation of sound effects or music to complement visual content.
  • Accessibility: Generating audio descriptions for visually impaired users.
  • Education and research: Exploring the capabilities of text-to-audio generation models.

Things to try

When using audio-ldm, try providing more detailed and descriptive text prompts to get better quality results. Experiment with different random seeds to see how they affect the generation. You can also try combining audio-ldm with other audio tools and techniques, such as audio editing or signal processing, to create even more interesting and compelling audio content.



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