I really like the big button. It is so convenient to click on, and the led is so big, I can be sure I won’t miss it when it flashes.
But seriously, thanks for the great presentation!! I especially liked the max-pooling part, will have to try it out. Honestly, when it got to the flickering-but-mostly-right level, I thought that’s it, that was my earlier experience of trying something similar with MuBu (though I probably did not use it right), and I also thought the relatively silent parts in 1 or 2 or the similar bass register in 2 or 3 will always result in those flickering predictions. I was quite surprised how dead-sure it got with max-pooling.
I also liked that you pointed out the interactive training and playing with the
learnrate. Will try that too next time.
(And also, I had no idea about the
@carryflag attribute of counter, although I have been annoyed by the default setting since I was a little boy. Now I see my life could have been so happy.)
By the way, what would you think about robustscaling instead of standardising in this context? As far as I understand robustscale scales the values so that there are less “gaps” in the range, but I don’t know if we want that for this purpose or if it would just add noise.