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{
"model": "Tacotron2",
"run_name": "multi_libritts_360_100",
"run_description": "Tacotron2 trained on LibriTTS 360 and 100 with DDC and batch-normalization on thllwgTTS dev",
// AUDIO PARAMETERS
"audio":{
// stft parameters
"fft_size": 1024, // number of stft frequency levels. Size of the linear spectogram frame.
"win_length": 1024, // stft window length in ms.
"hop_length": 256, // stft window hop-lengh in ms.
"frame_length_ms": null, // stft window length in ms.If null, 'win_length' is used.
"frame_shift_ms": null, // stft window hop-lengh in ms. If null, 'hop_length' is used.
// Audio processing parameters
"sample_rate": 24000, // DATASET-RELATED: wav sample-rate.
"preemphasis": 0.98, // pre-emphasis to reduce spec noise and make it more structured. If 0.0, no -pre-emphasis.
"ref_level_db": 20, // reference level db, theoretically 20db is the sound of air.
// Silence trimming
"do_trim_silence": true,// enable trimming of slience of audio as you load it. LJspeech (true), TWEB (false), Nancy (true)
"trim_db": 60, // threshold for timming silence. Set this according to your dataset.
// Griffin-Lim
"power": 1.5, // value to sharpen wav signals after GL algorithm.
"griffin_lim_iters": 60,// #griffin-lim iterations. 30-60 is a good range. Larger the value, slower the generation.
// MelSpectrogram parameters
"num_mels": 80, // size of the mel spec frame.
"mel_fmin": 0.0, // minimum freq level for mel-spec. ~50 for male and ~95 for female voices. Tune for dataset!!
"mel_fmax": 8000.0, // maximum freq level for mel-spec. Tune for dataset!!
"spec_gain": 20.0,
// Normalization parameters
"signal_norm": true, // normalize spec values. Mean-Var normalization if 'stats_path' is defined otherwise range normalization defined by the other params.
"min_level_db": -100, // lower bound for normalization
"symmetric_norm": true, // move normalization to range [-1, 1]
"max_norm": 4.0, // scale normalization to range [-max_norm, max_norm] or [0, max_norm]
"clip_norm": true, // clip normalized values into the range.
"stats_path": null // DO NOT USE WITH MULTI_SPEAKER MODEL. scaler stats file computed by 'compute_statistics.py'. If it is defined, mean-std based notmalization is used and other normalization params are ignored
},
// VOCABULARY PARAMETERS
// if custom character set is not defined,
// default set in symbols.py is used
// "characters":{
// "pad": "_",
// "eos": "~",
// "bos": "^",
// "characters": "ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz!'(),-.:;? ",
// "punctuations":"!'(),-.:;? ",
// "phonemes":"iyɨʉɯuɪʏʊeøɘəɵɤoɛœɜɞʌɔæɐaɶɑɒᵻʘɓǀɗǃʄǂɠǁʛpbtdʈɖcɟkɡqɢʔɴŋɲɳnɱmʙrʀⱱɾɽɸβfvθðszʃʒʂʐçʝxɣχʁħʕhɦɬɮʋɹɻjɰlɭʎʟˈˌːˑʍwɥʜʢʡɕʑɺɧɚ˞ɫ"
// },
// DISTRIBUTED TRAINING
"distributed":{
"backend": "nccl",
"url": "tcp:\/\/localhost:54321"
},
"reinit_layers": [], // give a list of layer names to restore from the given checkpoint. If not defined, it reloads all heuristically matching layers.
// TRAINING
"batch_size": 32, // Batch size for training. Lower values than 32 might cause hard to learn attention. It is overwritten by 'gradual_training'.
"eval_batch_size":16,
"r": 7, // Number of decoder frames to predict per iteration. Set the initial values if gradual training is enabled.
"gradual_training": [[0, 7, 64], [1, 5, 48], [75000, 3, 40], [160000, 2, 32]], //set gradual training steps [first_step, r, batch_size]. If it is null, gradual training is disabled. For Tacotron, you might need to reduce the 'batch_size' as you proceeed.
"loss_masking": true, // enable / disable loss masking against the sequence padding.
"ga_alpha": 10.0, // weight for guided attention loss. If > 0, guided attention is enabled.
"apex_amp_level": "01", // level of optimization with NVIDIA's apex feature for automatic mixed FP16/FP32 precision (AMP), NOTE: currently only O1 is supported, and use "O1" to activate.
// VALIDATION
"run_eval": true,
"test_delay_epochs": 1, //Until attention is aligned, testing only wastes computation time.
"test_sentences_file": null, // set a file to load sentences to be used for testing. If it is null then we use default english sentences.
// OPTIMIZER
"noam_schedule": false, // use noam warmup and lr schedule.
"grad_clip": 1.0, // upper limit for gradients for clipping.
"epochs": 1000, // total number of epochs to train.
"lr": 0.0001, // Initial learning rate. If Noam decay is active, maximum learning rate.
"wd": 0.000001, // Weight decay weight.
"warmup_steps": 4000, // Noam decay steps to increase the learning rate from 0 to "lr"
"seq_len_norm": false, // Normalize eash sample loss with its length to alleviate imbalanced datasets. Use it if your dataset is small or has skewed distribution of sequence lengths.
// TACOTRON PRENET
"memory_size": -1, // ONLY TACOTRON - size of the memory queue used fro storing last decoder predictions for auto-regression. If < 0, memory queue is disabled and decoder only uses the last prediction frame.
"prenet_type": "bn", // "original" or "bn".
"prenet_dropout": false, // enable/disable dropout at prenet.
// TACOTRON ATTENTION
"attention_type": "original", // 'original' or 'graves'
"attention_heads": 4, // number of attention heads (only for 'graves')
"attention_norm": "sigmoid", // softmax or sigmoid.
"windowing": false, // Enables attention windowing. Used only in eval mode.
"use_forward_attn": true, // if it uses forward attention. In general, it aligns faster.
"forward_attn_mask": true, // Additional masking forcing monotonicity only in eval mode.
"transition_agent": false, // enable/disable transition agent of forward attention.
"location_attn": true, // enable_disable location sensitive attention. It is enabled for TACOTRON by default.
"bidirectional_decoder": false, // use https://arxiv.org/abs/1907.09006. Use it, if attention does not work well with your dataset.
"double_decoder_consistency": true, // use DDC explained here https://erogol.com/solving-attention-problems-of-tts-models-with-double-decoder-consistency-draft/
"ddc_r": 7, // reduction rate for coarse decoder.
// STOPNET
"stopnet": true, // Train stopnet predicting the end of synthesis.
"separate_stopnet": true, // Train stopnet seperately if 'stopnet==true'. It prevents stopnet loss to influence the rest of the model. It causes a better model, but it trains SLOWER.
// TENSORBOARD and LOGGING
"print_step": 25, // Number of steps to log training on console.
"tb_plot_step": 100, // Number of steps to plot TB training figures.
"print_eval": false, // If True, it prints intermediate loss values in evalulation.
"save_step": 10000, // Number of training steps expected to save traninpg stats and checkpoints.
"checkpoint": true, // If true, it saves checkpoints per "save_step"
"tb_model_param_stats": false, // true, plots param stats per layer on tensorboard. Might be memory consuming, but good for debugging.
// DATA LOADING
"text_cleaner": "phoneme_cleaners",
"enable_eos_bos_chars": false, // enable/disable beginning of sentence and end of sentence chars.
"num_loader_workers": 6, // number of training data loader processes. Don't set it too big. 4-8 are good values.
"num_val_loader_workers": 6, // number of evaluation data loader processes.
"batch_group_size": 0, //Number of batches to shuffle after bucketing.
"min_seq_len": 6, // DATASET-RELATED: minimum text length to use in training
"max_seq_len": 153, // DATASET-RELATED: maximum text length
// PATHS
"output_path": "/home/dobby/models/multi/LibriTTS/",
// PHONEMES
"phoneme_cache_path": "/home/dobby/phonemes/mozilla_us_phonemes_3", // phoneme computation is slow, therefore, it caches results in the given folder.
"use_phonemes": true, // use phonemes instead of raw characters. It is suggested for better pronounciation.
"phoneme_language": "en-us", // depending on your target language, pick one from https://github.com/bootphon/phonemizer#languages
// MULTI-SPEAKER and GST
"use_speaker_embedding": true, // use speaker embedding to enable multi-speaker learning.
"use_external_speaker_embedding_file": false, // if true, forces the model to use external embedding per sample instead of nn.embeddings, that is, it supports external embeddings such as those used at: https://arxiv.org/abs /1806.04558
"external_speaker_embedding_file": "/home/dobby/models/speaker_encoder/angleproto/libritts_100+360-angleproto-August-13-2020_09+29AM-debug/speakers.json", // if not null and use_external_speaker_embedding_file is true, it is used to load a specific embedding file and thus uses these embeddings instead of nn.embeddings, that is, it supports external embeddings such as those used at: https://arxiv.org/abs /1806.04558
"use_gst": false, // use global style tokens
"gst": { // gst parameter if gst is enabled
"gst_style_input": {"0": 0.0, "1": 0.0, "5": 0.0}, // Condition the style input either on a
// -> wave file [path to wave] or
// -> dictionary using the style tokens {'token1': 'value', 'token2': 'value'} example {"0": 0.15, "1": 0.15, "5": -0.15}
// with the dictionary being len(dict) <= len(gst_style_tokens).
"gst_embedding_dim": 512,
"gst_num_heads": 4,
"gst_style_tokens": 10
},
// DATASETS
"datasets": // List of datasets. They all merged and they get different speaker_ids.
[
{
"name": "libri_tts",
"path": "/home/dobby/datasets/LibriTTS/train-clean-360/",
"meta_file_train": null,
"meta_file_val": null
},
{
"name": "libri_tts",
"path": "/home/dobby/datasets/LibriTTS/train-clean-100/",
"meta_file_train": null,
"meta_file_val": null
}
]
}
{
"model": "Tacotron2",
"run_name": "multi_gst_libritts_360_100",
"run_description": "tacotron2 trained on LibriTTS 360 and 100 with DDC, GST and batch-normalization on thllwgTTS dev",
// AUDIO PARAMETERS
"audio":{
// stft parameters
"fft_size": 1024, // number of stft frequency levels. Size of the linear spectogram frame.
"win_length": 1024, // stft window length in ms.
"hop_length": 256, // stft window hop-lengh in ms.
"frame_length_ms": null, // stft window length in ms.If null, 'win_length' is used.
"frame_shift_ms": null, // stft window hop-lengh in ms. If null, 'hop_length' is used.
// Audio processing parameters
"sample_rate": 24000, // DATASET-RELATED: wav sample-rate.
"preemphasis": 0.98, // pre-emphasis to reduce spec noise and make it more structured. If 0.0, no -pre-emphasis.
"ref_level_db": 20, // reference level db, theoretically 20db is the sound of air.
// Silence trimming
"do_trim_silence": true,// enable trimming of slience of audio as you load it. LJspeech (true), TWEB (false), Nancy (true)
"trim_db": 60, // threshold for timming silence. Set this according to your dataset.
// Griffin-Lim
"power": 1.5, // value to sharpen wav signals after GL algorithm.
"griffin_lim_iters": 60,// #griffin-lim iterations. 30-60 is a good range. Larger the value, slower the generation.
// MelSpectrogram parameters
"num_mels": 80, // size of the mel spec frame.
"mel_fmin": 0.0, // minimum freq level for mel-spec. ~50 for male and ~95 for female voices. Tune for dataset!!
"mel_fmax": 8000.0, // maximum freq level for mel-spec. Tune for dataset!!
"spec_gain": 20.0,
// Normalization parameters
"signal_norm": true, // normalize spec values. Mean-Var normalization if 'stats_path' is defined otherwise range normalization defined by the other params.
"min_level_db": -100, // lower bound for normalization
"symmetric_norm": true, // move normalization to range [-1, 1]
"max_norm": 4.0, // scale normalization to range [-max_norm, max_norm] or [0, max_norm]
"clip_norm": true, // clip normalized values into the range.
"stats_path": null // DO NOT USE WITH MULTI_SPEAKER MODEL. scaler stats file computed by 'compute_statistics.py'. If it is defined, mean-std based notmalization is used and other normalization params are ignored
},
// VOCABULARY PARAMETERS
// if custom character set is not defined,
// default set in symbols.py is used
// "characters":{
// "pad": "_",
// "eos": "~",
// "bos": "^",
// "characters": "ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz!'(),-.:;? ",
// "punctuations":"!'(),-.:;? ",
// "phonemes":"iyɨʉɯuɪʏʊeøɘəɵɤoɛœɜɞʌɔæɐaɶɑɒᵻʘɓǀɗǃʄǂɠǁʛpbtdʈɖcɟkɡqɢʔɴŋɲɳnɱmʙrʀⱱɾɽɸβfvθðszʃʒʂʐçʝxɣχʁħʕhɦɬɮʋɹɻjɰlɭʎʟˈˌːˑʍwɥʜʢʡɕʑɺɧɚ˞ɫ"
// },
// DISTRIBUTED TRAINING
"distributed":{
"backend": "nccl",
"url": "tcp:\/\/localhost:54321"
},
"reinit_layers": [], // give a list of layer names to restore from the given checkpoint. If not defined, it reloads all heuristically matching layers.
// TRAINING
"batch_size": 32, // Batch size for training. Lower values than 32 might cause hard to learn attention. It is overwritten by 'gradual_training'.
"eval_batch_size":16,
"r": 7, // Number of decoder frames to predict per iteration. Set the initial values if gradual training is enabled.
"gradual_training": [[0, 7, 64], [1, 5, 48], [75000, 3, 40], [160000, 2, 32]], //set gradual training steps [first_step, r, batch_size]. If it is null, gradual training is disabled. For Tacotron, you might need to reduce the 'batch_size' as you proceeed.
"loss_masking": true, // enable / disable loss masking against the sequence padding.
"ga_alpha": 10.0, // weight for guided attention loss. If > 0, guided attention is enabled.
"apex_amp_level": "01", // level of optimization with NVIDIA's apex feature for automatic mixed FP16/FP32 precision (AMP), NOTE: currently only O1 is supported, and use "O1" to activate.
// VALIDATION
"run_eval": true,
"test_delay_epochs": 1, //Until attention is aligned, testing only wastes computation time.
"test_sentences_file": null, // set a file to load sentences to be used for testing. If it is null then we use default english sentences.
// OPTIMIZER
"noam_schedule": false, // use noam warmup and lr schedule.
"grad_clip": 1.0, // upper limit for gradients for clipping.
"epochs": 1000, // total number of epochs to train.
"lr": 0.0001, // Initial learning rate. If Noam decay is active, maximum learning rate.
"wd": 0.000001, // Weight decay weight.
"warmup_steps": 4000, // Noam decay steps to increase the learning rate from 0 to "lr"
"seq_len_norm": false, // Normalize eash sample loss with its length to alleviate imbalanced datasets. Use it if your dataset is small or has skewed distribution of sequence lengths.
// TACOTRON PRENET
"memory_size": -1, // ONLY TACOTRON - size of the memory queue used fro storing last decoder predictions for auto-regression. If < 0, memory queue is disabled and decoder only uses the last prediction frame.
"prenet_type": "bn", // "original" or "bn".
"prenet_dropout": false, // enable/disable dropout at prenet.
// TACOTRON ATTENTION
"attention_type": "original", // 'original' or 'graves'
"attention_heads": 4, // number of attention heads (only for 'graves')
"attention_norm": "sigmoid", // softmax or sigmoid.
"windowing": false, // Enables attention windowing. Used only in eval mode.
"use_forward_attn": true, // if it uses forward attention. In general, it aligns faster.
"forward_attn_mask": true, // Additional masking forcing monotonicity only in eval mode.
"transition_agent": false, // enable/disable transition agent of forward attention.
"location_attn": true, // enable_disable location sensitive attention. It is enabled for TACOTRON by default.
"bidirectional_decoder": false, // use https://arxiv.org/abs/1907.09006. Use it, if attention does not work well with your dataset.
"double_decoder_consistency": true, // use DDC explained here https://erogol.com/solving-attention-problems-of-tts-models-with-double-decoder-consistency-draft/
"ddc_r": 7, // reduction rate for coarse decoder.
// STOPNET
"stopnet": true, // Train stopnet predicting the end of synthesis.
"separate_stopnet": true, // Train stopnet seperately if 'stopnet==true'. It prevents stopnet loss to influence the rest of the model. It causes a better model, but it trains SLOWER.
// TENSORBOARD and LOGGING
"print_step": 25, // Number of steps to log training on console.
"tb_plot_step": 100, // Number of steps to plot TB training figures.
"print_eval": false, // If True, it prints intermediate loss values in evalulation.
"save_step": 5000, // Number of training steps expected to save traninpg stats and checkpoints.
"checkpoint": true, // If true, it saves checkpoints per "save_step"
"tb_model_param_stats": false, // true, plots param stats per layer on tensorboard. Might be memory consuming, but good for debugging.
// DATA LOADING
"text_cleaner": "phoneme_cleaners",
"enable_eos_bos_chars": false, // enable/disable beginning of sentence and end of sentence chars.
"num_loader_workers": 6, // number of training data loader processes. Don't set it too big. 4-8 are good values.
"num_val_loader_workers": 6, // number of evaluation data loader processes.
"batch_group_size": 0, //Number of batches to shuffle after bucketing.
"min_seq_len": 6, // DATASET-RELATED: minimum text length to use in training
"max_seq_len": 153, // DATASET-RELATED: maximum text length
// PATHS
"output_path": "/home/dobby/models/multi/LibriTTS/",
// PHONEMES
"phoneme_cache_path": "/home/dobby/phonemes/mozilla_us_phonemes_3", // phoneme computation is slow, therefore, it caches results in the given folder.
"use_phonemes": true, // use phonemes instead of raw characters. It is suggested for better pronounciation.
"phoneme_language": "en-us", // depending on your target language, pick one from https://github.com/bootphon/phonemizer#languages
// MULTI-SPEAKER and GST
"use_speaker_embedding": true, // use speaker embedding to enable multi-speaker learning.
"use_external_speaker_embedding_file": false, // if true, forces the model to use external embedding per sample instead of nn.embeddings, that is, it supports external embeddings such as those used at: https://arxiv.org/abs /1806.04558
"external_speaker_embedding_file": "/home/dobby/models/speaker_encoder/angleproto/libritts_100+360-angleproto-August-13-2020_09+29AM-debug/speakers.json", // if not null and use_external_speaker_embedding_file is true, it is used to load a specific embedding file and thus uses these embeddings instead of nn.embeddings, that is, it supports external embeddings such as those used at: https://arxiv.org/abs /1806.04558
"use_gst": true, // use global style tokens
"gst": { // gst parameter if gst is enabled
"gst_style_input": {"0": 0.15, "1": 0.15, "5": -0.15}, // Condition the style input either on a
// -> wave file [path to wave] or
// -> dictionary using the style tokens {'token1': 'value', 'token2': 'value'} example {"0": 0.15, "1": 0.15, "5": -0.15}
// with the dictionary being len(dict) <= len(gst_style_tokens).
"gst_embedding_dim": 512,
"gst_num_heads": 4,
"gst_style_tokens": 10
},
// DATASETS
"datasets": // List of datasets. They all merged and they get different speaker_ids.
[
{
"name": "libri_tts",
"path": "/home/dobby/datasets/LibriTTS/train-clean-360/",
"meta_file_train": null,
"meta_file_val": null
},
{
"name": "libri_tts",
"path": "/home/dobby/datasets/LibriTTS/train-clean-100/",
"meta_file_train": null,
"meta_file_val": null
}
]
}
{
"model": "Tacotron2",
"run_name": "vc_libritts_360_100",
"run_description": "tacotron2 trained on LibriTTS 360 and 100 with External Embeddings, DDC and batch-normalization on thllwgTTS dev",
// AUDIO PARAMETERS
"audio":{
// stft parameters
"fft_size": 1024, // number of stft frequency levels. Size of the linear spectogram frame.
"win_length": 1024, // stft window length in ms.
"hop_length": 256, // stft window hop-lengh in ms.
"frame_length_ms": null, // stft window length in ms.If null, 'win_length' is used.
"frame_shift_ms": null, // stft window hop-lengh in ms. If null, 'hop_length' is used.
// Audio processing parameters
"sample_rate": 24000, // DATASET-RELATED: wav sample-rate.
"preemphasis": 0.98, // pre-emphasis to reduce spec noise and make it more structured. If 0.0, no -pre-emphasis.
"ref_level_db": 20, // reference level db, theoretically 20db is the sound of air.
// Silence trimming
"do_trim_silence": true,// enable trimming of slience of audio as you load it. LJspeech (true), TWEB (false), Nancy (true)
"trim_db": 60, // threshold for timming silence. Set this according to your dataset.
// Griffin-Lim
"power": 1.5, // value to sharpen wav signals after GL algorithm.
"griffin_lim_iters": 60,// #griffin-lim iterations. 30-60 is a good range. Larger the value, slower the generation.
// MelSpectrogram parameters
"num_mels": 80, // size of the mel spec frame.
"mel_fmin": 0.0, // minimum freq level for mel-spec. ~50 for male and ~95 for female voices. Tune for dataset!!
"mel_fmax": 8000.0, // maximum freq level for mel-spec. Tune for dataset!!
"spec_gain": 20.0,
// Normalization parameters
"signal_norm": true, // normalize spec values. Mean-Var normalization if 'stats_path' is defined otherwise range normalization defined by the other params.
"min_level_db": -100, // lower bound for normalization
"symmetric_norm": true, // move normalization to range [-1, 1]
"max_norm": 4.0, // scale normalization to range [-max_norm, max_norm] or [0, max_norm]
"clip_norm": true, // clip normalized values into the range.
"stats_path": null // DO NOT USE WITH MULTI_SPEAKER MODEL. scaler stats file computed by 'compute_statistics.py'. If it is defined, mean-std based notmalization is used and other normalization params are ignored
},
// VOCABULARY PARAMETERS
// if custom character set is not defined,
// default set in symbols.py is used
// "characters":{
// "pad": "_",
// "eos": "~",
// "bos": "^",
// "characters": "ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz!'(),-.:;? ",
// "punctuations":"!'(),-.:;? ",
// "phonemes":"iyɨʉɯuɪʏʊeøɘəɵɤoɛœɜɞʌɔæɐaɶɑɒᵻʘɓǀɗǃʄǂɠǁʛpbtdʈɖcɟkɡqɢʔɴŋɲɳnɱmʙrʀⱱɾɽɸβfvθðszʃʒʂʐçʝxɣχʁħʕhɦɬɮʋɹɻjɰlɭʎʟˈˌːˑʍwɥʜʢʡɕʑɺɧɚ˞ɫ"
// },
// DISTRIBUTED TRAINING
"distributed":{
"backend": "nccl",
"url": "tcp:\/\/localhost:54321"
},
"reinit_layers": [], // give a list of layer names to restore from the given checkpoint. If not defined, it reloads all heuristically matching layers.
// TRAINING
"batch_size": 32, // Batch size for training. Lower values than 32 might cause hard to learn attention. It is overwritten by 'gradual_training'.
"eval_batch_size":16,
"r": 7, // Number of decoder frames to predict per iteration. Set the initial values if gradual training is enabled.
"gradual_training": [[0, 7, 64], [1, 5, 48], [50000, 3, 40], [120000, 2, 32]], //set gradual training steps [first_step, r, batch_size]. If it is null, gradual training is disabled. For Tacotron, you might need to reduce the 'batch_size' as you proceeed.
"loss_masking": true, // enable / disable loss masking against the sequence padding.
"ga_alpha": 10.0, // weight for guided attention loss. If > 0, guided attention is enabled.
"apex_amp_level": "01", // level of optimization with NVIDIA's apex feature for automatic mixed FP16/FP32 precision (AMP), NOTE: currently only O1 is supported, and use "O1" to activate.
// VALIDATION
"run_eval": true,
"test_delay_epochs": 0, //Until attention is aligned, testing only wastes computation time.
"test_sentences_file": null, // set a file to load sentences to be used for testing. If it is null then we use default english sentences.
// OPTIMIZER
"noam_schedule": false, // use noam warmup and lr schedule.
"grad_clip": 1.0, // upper limit for gradients for clipping.
"epochs": 1000, // total number of epochs to train.
"lr": 0.0001, // Initial learning rate. If Noam decay is active, maximum learning rate.
"wd": 0.000001, // Weight decay weight.
"warmup_steps": 4000, // Noam decay steps to increase the learning rate from 0 to "lr"
"seq_len_norm": false, // Normalize eash sample loss with its length to alleviate imbalanced datasets. Use it if your dataset is small or has skewed distribution of sequence lengths.
// TACOTRON PRENET
"memory_size": -1, // ONLY TACOTRON - size of the memory queue used fro storing last decoder predictions for auto-regression. If < 0, memory queue is disabled and decoder only uses the last prediction frame.
"prenet_type": "bn", // "original" or "bn".
"prenet_dropout": false, // enable/disable dropout at prenet.
// TACOTRON ATTENTION
"attention_type": "original", // 'original' or 'graves'
"attention_heads": 4, // number of attention heads (only for 'graves')
"attention_norm": "sigmoid", // softmax or sigmoid.
"windowing": false, // Enables attention windowing. Used only in eval mode.
"use_forward_attn": true, // if it uses forward attention. In general, it aligns faster.
"forward_attn_mask": true, // Additional masking forcing monotonicity only in eval mode.
"transition_agent": false, // enable/disable transition agent of forward attention.
"location_attn": true, // enable_disable location sensitive attention. It is enabled for TACOTRON by default.
"bidirectional_decoder": false, // use https://arxiv.org/abs/1907.09006. Use it, if attention does not work well with your dataset.
"double_decoder_consistency": true, // use DDC explained here https://erogol.com/solving-attention-problems-of-tts-models-with-double-decoder-consistency-draft/
"ddc_r": 7, // reduction rate for coarse decoder.
// STOPNET
"stopnet": true, // Train stopnet predicting the end of synthesis.
"separate_stopnet": true, // Train stopnet seperately if 'stopnet==true'. It prevents stopnet loss to influence the rest of the model. It causes a better model, but it trains SLOWER.
// TENSORBOARD and LOGGING
"print_step": 25, // Number of steps to log training on console.
"tb_plot_step": 100, // Number of steps to plot TB training figures.
"print_eval": false, // If True, it prints intermediate loss values in evalulation.
"save_step": 5000, // Number of training steps expected to save traninpg stats and checkpoints.
"checkpoint": true, // If true, it saves checkpoints per "save_step"
"tb_model_param_stats": false, // true, plots param stats per layer on tensorboard. Might be memory consuming, but good for debugging.
// DATA LOADING
"text_cleaner": "phoneme_cleaners",
"enable_eos_bos_chars": false, // enable/disable beginning of sentence and end of sentence chars.
"num_loader_workers": 6, // number of training data loader processes. Don't set it too big. 4-8 are good values.
"num_val_loader_workers": 6, // number of evaluation data loader processes.
"batch_group_size": 0, //Number of batches to shuffle after bucketing.
"min_seq_len": 6, // DATASET-RELATED: minimum text length to use in training
"max_seq_len": 153, // DATASET-RELATED: maximum text length
// PATHS
"output_path": "/home/dobby/models/multi/LibriTTS/",
// PHONEMES
"phoneme_cache_path": "/home/dobby/phonemes/mozilla_us_phonemes_3", // phoneme computation is slow, therefore, it caches results in the given folder.
"use_phonemes": true, // use phonemes instead of raw characters. It is suggested for better pronounciation.
"phoneme_language": "en-us", // depending on your target language, pick one from https://github.com/bootphon/phonemizer#languages
// MULTI-SPEAKER and GST
"use_speaker_embedding": true, // use speaker embedding to enable multi-speaker learning.
"use_external_speaker_embedding_file": true, // if true, forces the model to use external embedding per sample instead of nn.embeddings, that is, it supports external embeddings such as those used at: https://arxiv.org/abs /1806.04558
"external_speaker_embedding_file": "/home/dobby/models/speaker_encoder/angleproto/libritts_100+360-angleproto-August-13-2020_09+29AM-debug/speakers.json", // if not null and use_external_speaker_embedding_file is true, it is used to load a specific embedding file and thus uses these embeddings instead of nn.embeddings, that is, it supports external embeddings such as those used at: https://arxiv.org/abs /1806.04558
"use_gst": false, // use global style tokens
"gst": { // gst parameter if gst is enabled
"gst_style_input": null , // Condition the style input either on a
// -> wave file [path to wave] or
// -> dictionary using the style tokens {'token1': 'value', 'token2': 'value'} example {"0": 0.15, "1": 0.15, "5": -0.15}
// with the dictionary being len(dict) <= len(gst_style_tokens).
"gst_embedding_dim": 512,
"gst_num_heads": 4,
"gst_style_tokens": 10
},
// DATASETS
"datasets": // List of datasets. They all merged and they get different speaker_ids.
[
{
"name": "libri_tts",
"path": "/home/dobby/datasets/LibriTTS/train-clean-360/",
"meta_file_train": null,
"meta_file_val": null
},
{
"name": "libri_tts",
"path": "/home/dobby/datasets/LibriTTS/train-clean-100/",
"meta_file_train": null,
"meta_file_val": null
}
]
}
{
"model": "Tacotron2",
"run_name": "vc_gst_libritts_360_100",
"run_description": "tacotron2 trained on LibriTTS 360 and 100 with External Embeddings, DDC and batch-normalization on thllwgTTS dev",
// AUDIO PARAMETERS
"audio":{
// stft parameters
"fft_size": 1024, // number of stft frequency levels. Size of the linear spectogram frame.
"win_length": 1024, // stft window length in ms.
"hop_length": 256, // stft window hop-lengh in ms.
"frame_length_ms": null, // stft window length in ms.If null, 'win_length' is used.
"frame_shift_ms": null, // stft window hop-lengh in ms. If null, 'hop_length' is used.
// Audio processing parameters
"sample_rate": 24000, // DATASET-RELATED: wav sample-rate.
"preemphasis": 0.98, // pre-emphasis to reduce spec noise and make it more structured. If 0.0, no -pre-emphasis.
"ref_level_db": 20, // reference level db, theoretically 20db is the sound of air.
// Silence trimming
"do_trim_silence": true,// enable trimming of slience of audio as you load it. LJspeech (true), TWEB (false), Nancy (true)
"trim_db": 60, // threshold for timming silence. Set this according to your dataset.
// Griffin-Lim
"power": 1.5, // value to sharpen wav signals after GL algorithm.
"griffin_lim_iters": 60,// #griffin-lim iterations. 30-60 is a good range. Larger the value, slower the generation.
// MelSpectrogram parameters
"num_mels": 80, // size of the mel spec frame.
"mel_fmin": 0.0, // minimum freq level for mel-spec. ~50 for male and ~95 for female voices. Tune for dataset!!
"mel_fmax": 8000.0, // maximum freq level for mel-spec. Tune for dataset!!
"spec_gain": 20.0,
// Normalization parameters
"signal_norm": true, // normalize spec values. Mean-Var normalization if 'stats_path' is defined otherwise range normalization defined by the other params.
"min_level_db": -100, // lower bound for normalization
"symmetric_norm": true, // move normalization to range [-1, 1]
"max_norm": 4.0, // scale normalization to range [-max_norm, max_norm] or [0, max_norm]
"clip_norm": true, // clip normalized values into the range.
"stats_path": null // DO NOT USE WITH MULTI_SPEAKER MODEL. scaler stats file computed by 'compute_statistics.py'. If it is defined, mean-std based notmalization is used and other normalization params are ignored
},
// VOCABULARY PARAMETERS
// if custom character set is not defined,
// default set in symbols.py is used
// "characters":{
// "pad": "_",
// "eos": "~",
// "bos": "^",
// "characters": "ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz!'(),-.:;? ",
// "punctuations":"!'(),-.:;? ",
// "phonemes":"iyɨʉɯuɪʏʊeøɘəɵɤoɛœɜɞʌɔæɐaɶɑɒᵻʘɓǀɗǃʄǂɠǁʛpbtdʈɖcɟkɡqɢʔɴŋɲɳnɱmʙrʀⱱɾɽɸβfvθðszʃʒʂʐçʝxɣχʁħʕhɦɬɮʋɹɻjɰlɭʎʟˈˌːˑʍwɥʜʢʡɕʑɺɧɚ˞ɫ"
// },
// DISTRIBUTED TRAINING
"distributed":{
"backend": "nccl",
"url": "tcp:\/\/localhost:54321"
},
"reinit_layers": [], // give a list of layer names to restore from the given checkpoint. If not defined, it reloads all heuristically matching layers.
// TRAINING
"batch_size": 32, // Batch size for training. Lower values than 32 might cause hard to learn attention. It is overwritten by 'gradual_training'.
"eval_batch_size":16,
"r": 7, // Number of decoder frames to predict per iteration. Set the initial values if gradual training is enabled.
"gradual_training": [[0, 7, 64], [1, 5, 48], [75000, 3, 40], [160000, 2, 32]], //set gradual training steps [first_step, r, batch_size]. If it is null, gradual training is disabled. For Tacotron, you might need to reduce the 'batch_size' as you proceeed.
"loss_masking": true, // enable / disable loss masking against the sequence padding.
"ga_alpha": 10.0, // weight for guided attention loss. If > 0, guided attention is enabled.
"apex_amp_level": "01", // level of optimization with NVIDIA's apex feature for automatic mixed FP16/FP32 precision (AMP), NOTE: currently only O1 is supported, and use "O1" to activate.
// VALIDATION
"run_eval": true,
"test_delay_epochs": 1, //Until attention is aligned, testing only wastes computation time.
"test_sentences_file": null, // set a file to load sentences to be used for testing. If it is null then we use default english sentences.
// OPTIMIZER
"noam_schedule": false, // use noam warmup and lr schedule.
"grad_clip": 1.0, // upper limit for gradients for clipping.
"epochs": 1000, // total number of epochs to train.
"lr": 0.0001, // Initial learning rate. If Noam decay is active, maximum learning rate.
"wd": 0.000001, // Weight decay weight.
"warmup_steps": 4000, // Noam decay steps to increase the learning rate from 0 to "lr"
"seq_len_norm": false, // Normalize eash sample loss with its length to alleviate imbalanced datasets. Use it if your dataset is small or has skewed distribution of sequence lengths.
// TACOTRON PRENET
"memory_size": -1, // ONLY TACOTRON - size of the memory queue used fro storing last decoder predictions for auto-regression. If < 0, memory queue is disabled and decoder only uses the last prediction frame.
"prenet_type": "bn", // "original" or "bn".
"prenet_dropout": false, // enable/disable dropout at prenet.
// TACOTRON ATTENTION
"attention_type": "original", // 'original' or 'graves'
"attention_heads": 4, // number of attention heads (only for 'graves')
"attention_norm": "sigmoid", // softmax or sigmoid.
"windowing": false, // Enables attention windowing. Used only in eval mode.
"use_forward_attn": true, // if it uses forward attention. In general, it aligns faster.
"forward_attn_mask": true, // Additional masking forcing monotonicity only in eval mode.
"transition_agent": false, // enable/disable transition agent of forward attention.
"location_attn": true, // enable_disable location sensitive attention. It is enabled for TACOTRON by default.
"bidirectional_decoder": false, // use https://arxiv.org/abs/1907.09006. Use it, if attention does not work well with your dataset.
"double_decoder_consistency": true, // use DDC explained here https://erogol.com/solving-attention-problems-of-tts-models-with-double-decoder-consistency-draft/
"ddc_r": 7, // reduction rate for coarse decoder.
// STOPNET
"stopnet": true, // Train stopnet predicting the end of synthesis.
"separate_stopnet": true, // Train stopnet seperately if 'stopnet==true'. It prevents stopnet loss to influence the rest of the model. It causes a better model, but it trains SLOWER.
// TENSORBOARD and LOGGING
"print_step": 25, // Number of steps to log training on console.
"tb_plot_step": 100, // Number of steps to plot TB training figures.
"print_eval": false, // If True, it prints intermediate loss values in evalulation.
"save_step": 5000, // Number of training steps expected to save traninpg stats and checkpoints.
"checkpoint": true, // If true, it saves checkpoints per "save_step"
"tb_model_param_stats": false, // true, plots param stats per layer on tensorboard. Might be memory consuming, but good for debugging.
// DATA LOADING
"text_cleaner": "phoneme_cleaners",
"enable_eos_bos_chars": false, // enable/disable beginning of sentence and end of sentence chars.
"num_loader_workers": 6, // number of training data loader processes. Don't set it too big. 4-8 are good values.
"num_val_loader_workers": 6, // number of evaluation data loader processes.
"batch_group_size": 0, //Number of batches to shuffle after bucketing.
"min_seq_len": 6, // DATASET-RELATED: minimum text length to use in training
"max_seq_len": 153, // DATASET-RELATED: maximum text length
// PATHS
"output_path": "/home/dobby/models/multi/LibriTTS/",
// PHONEMES
"phoneme_cache_path": "/home/dobby/phonemes/mozilla_us_phonemes_3", // phoneme computation is slow, therefore, it caches results in the given folder.
"use_phonemes": true, // use phonemes instead of raw characters. It is suggested for better pronounciation.
"phoneme_language": "en-us", // depending on your target language, pick one from https://github.com/bootphon/phonemizer#languages
// MULTI-SPEAKER and GST
"use_speaker_embedding": true, // use speaker embedding to enable multi-speaker learning.
"use_external_speaker_embedding_file": true, // if true, forces the model to use external embedding per sample instead of nn.embeddings, that is, it supports external embeddings such as those used at: https://arxiv.org/abs /1806.04558
"external_speaker_embedding_file": "/home/dobby/models/speaker_encoder/angleproto/libritts_100+360-angleproto-August-13-2020_09+29AM-debug/speakers.json", // if not null and use_external_speaker_embedding_file is true, it is used to load a specific embedding file and thus uses these embeddings instead of nn.embeddings, that is, it supports external embeddings such as those used at: https://arxiv.org/abs /1806.04558
"use_gst": true, // use global style tokens
"gst": { // gst parameter if gst is enabled
"gst_style_input": {"0": 0.0, "1": 0.0, "5": 0.0} , // Condition the style input either on a
// -> wave file [path to wave] or
// -> dictionary using the style tokens {'token1': 'value', 'token2': 'value'} example {"0": 0.15, "1": 0.15, "5": -0.15}
// with the dictionary being len(dict) <= len(gst_style_tokens).
"gst_embedding_dim": 512,
"gst_num_heads": 4,
"gst_style_tokens": 10
},
// DATASETS
"datasets": // List of datasets. They all merged and they get different speaker_ids.
[
{
"name": "libri_tts",
"path": "/home/dobby/datasets/LibriTTS/train-clean-360/",
"meta_file_train": null,
"meta_file_val": null
},
{
"name": "libri_tts",
"path": "/home/dobby/datasets/LibriTTS/train-clean-100/",
"meta_file_train": null,
"meta_file_val": null
}
]
}
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