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Chorus detection is a challenging problem in musical signal processing as the chorus often repeats more than once in popular songs, usually with rich instruments and complex rhythm forms. Most of the existing works focus on the receptiveness of chorus sections based on some explicit features such as loudness and occurrence frequency. These pre-assumptions for chorus limit the generalization capacity of these methods, causing misdetection on other repeated sections such as verse. To solve thearXiv:2202.06338v1 fatcat:es7hj2nnanhxlbvvjgdfb7gcku