Feature extraction with mel scale separation method on noise audio recordings

Roy Rudolf Huizen, Florentina Tatrin Kurniati

Abstract


This paper focuses on improving the accuracy of noise audio recordings. High-quality audio recording, extraction using the mel frequency cepstral coefficients (MFCC) method produces high accuracy. While the low-quality is because of noise, the accuracy is low. Improved accuracy by investigating the effect of bandwidth on the mel scale. The proposed improvement uses the mel scale separation methods into two frequency channels (MFCC dual-channel). For the comparison method using the mel scale bandwidth without separation (MFCC single-channel). Feature analysis using k-mean clustering. The data uses a noise variance of up to -16 dB. Testing on the MFCC single-channel method for -16 dB noise has an accuracy of 47.5%, while the MFCC dual-channel method has an accuracy better of 76.25%. The next test used adaptive noise-canceling (ANC) to reduce noise before extraction. The result is that the MFCC single-channel method has an accuracy of 82.5% and the MFCC dual-channel method has an accuracy better of 83.75%. High-quality audio recording testing for the MFCC single-channel method has an accuracy of 92.5% and the MFCC dual-channel method has an accuracy better of 97.5%. The test results show the effect of mel scale bandwidth to increase accuracy. The MFCC dual-channel method has higher accuracy.

Keywords


Adaptive noise cancellation; K-mean clustering; MFCC dual-channel; MFCC single-channel; Noise audio recording;

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijeecs.v24.i2.pp815-824

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