time_frequency_tflite¶
Tflite compatible versions of Kapre layers.
STFTTflite is a tflite compatible version of STFT. Tflite does not support complex types, thus real and imaginary parts are returned as an extra (last) dimension. Ouput shape is now: (batch, channel, time, re/im) or (batch, time, channel, re/im).
Because of the change of dimension, Tflite compatible layers are provided to process the resulting STFT; MagnitudeTflite and PhaseTflite are layers that calculate the magnitude and phase respectively from the output of STFTTflite.

class
kapre.time_frequency_tflite.
STFTTflite
(n_fft=2048, win_length=None, hop_length=None, window_name=None, pad_begin=False, pad_end=False, input_data_format='default', output_data_format='default', **kwargs)[source]¶ A Shorttime Fourier transform layer (tflite compatible).
Ues stft_tflite from tflite_compatible_stft.py, this contains a tflite compatible stft (using a rdft), and fixed_frame() to window the audio. Tflite does not cope with comple types so real and imaginary parts are stored in extra dim. Ouput shape is now: (batch, channel, time, re/im) or (batch, time, channel, re/im). MagnitudeTflite, and PhaseTflite are versions of the Magnitude and Phase layers that account for this extra dimensionality. Currently this layer is restricted to a batch size of one, for training use the STFT layer, and once complete transfer the weights to a new model, replacing the STFT layer with the STFTTflite layer and Magnitude and Phase layers with MagnitudeTflite and PhaseTflite layers.
Additionally, it reshapes the output to be a proper 2D batch.
If output_data_format == ‘channels_last’, the output shape is (batch, time, freq, channel, re/imag) If output_data_format == ‘channels_first’, the output shape is (batch, channel, time, freq, re/imag)
Parameters:  n_fft (int) – Number of FFTs. Defaults to 2048
 win_length (int or None) – Window length in sample. Defaults to n_fft.
 hop_length (int or None) – Hop length in sample between analysis windows. Defaults to n_fft // 4 following Librosa.
 window_name (str or None) – Name of tf.signal function that returns a 1D tensor window that is used in analysis. Defaults to hann_window which uses tf.signal.hann_window. Window availability depends on Tensorflow version. More details are at kapre.backend.get_window().
 pad_begin (bool) – Whether to pad with zeros along time axis (length: win_length  hop_length). Defaults to False.
 pad_end (bool) – Whether to pad with zeros at the finishing end of the signal.
 input_data_format (str) – the audio data format of input waveform batch. ‘channels_last’ if it’s (batch, time, channels) and ‘channels_first’ if it’s (batch, channels, time). Defaults to the setting of your Keras configuration. (tf.keras.backend.image_data_format())
 output_data_format (str) – The data format of output STFT. ‘channels_last’ if you want (batch, time, frequency, channels) and ‘channels_first’ if you want (batch, channels, time, frequency) Defaults to the setting of your Keras configuration. (tf.keras.backend.image_data_format())
 **kwargs – Keyword args for the parent keras layer (e.g., name)
Example
input_shape = (2048, 1) # mono signal model = Sequential() # tflite compatible model model.add(kapre.STFTTflite(n_fft=1024, hop_length=512, input_shape=input_shape)) # now the shape is (batch, n_frame=3, n_freq=513, ch=1, re/im=2) # and the dtype is real

call
(x)[source]¶ Compute STFT of the input signal. If the time axis is not the last axis of x, it should be transposed first.
Parameters: x (float Tensor) – batch of audio signals, (batch, ch, time) or (batch, time, ch) based on input_data_format Returns: A STFT representation of x in a 2D batch shape. The last dimension is size two and contains the real and imaginary parts of the stft. Its shape is (batch, time, freq, ch, 2) or (batch. ch, time, freq, 2) depending on output_data_format and time is the number of frames, which is ((len_src + (win_length  hop_length) / hop_length) // win_length ) if pad_end is True. freq is the number of fft unique bins, which is n_fft // 2 + 1 (the unique components of the FFT). Return type: (real Tensor)

class
kapre.time_frequency_tflite.
MagnitudeTflite
(*args, **kwargs)[source]¶ Compute the magnitude of the input (tflite compatible).
The input is a real tensor, the last dimension has a size of 2 representing real and imaginary parts respectively.
Example
input_shape = (2048, 1) # mono signal model = Sequential() model.add(kapre.STFTTflite(n_fft=1024, hop_length=512, input_shape=input_shape)) mode.add(MagnitudeTflite()) # now the shape is (batch, n_frame=3, n_freq=513, ch=1) and dtype is float

class
kapre.time_frequency_tflite.
PhaseTflite
(approx_atan_accuracy=None, **kwargs)[source]¶ Compute the phase of the complex input in radian, resulting in a float tensor (tflite compatible).
Note TF lite does not natively support atan, used in tf.math.angle, so an approximation is provided. You may want to use this approximation if you generate data using a nontflite compatible STFT (faster) but want the same approximations in the training data.
Parameters: approx_atan_accuracy (int) – if None will use tf.math.angle() to calculate the phase accurately. If an int this is the number of iterations to calculate the approximate atan() using a tflite compatible method. the higher the number the more accurate e.g. approx_atan_accuracy=29000. You may want to experiment with adjusting this number: trading off accuracy with inference speed. Example
input_shape = (2048, 1) # mono signal model = Sequential() model.add(kapre.STFTTflite(n_fft=1024, hop_length=512, input_shape=input_shape)) model.add(PhaseTflite(approx_atan_accuracy=5000)) # now the shape is (batch, n_frame=3, n_freq=513, ch=1) and dtype is float