PyAudiere 0.2

A high-level audio interface for Python
PyAudiere is a very flexible and easy to use audio library written in Python. Available methods allow you to read soundfiles of various formats into memory and play them, or stream them if they are large. You can pass sound buffers as NumPy arrays of float32's to play (non-blocking). You can also create pure tones, square waves, or 'on-line' white or pink noise. All of these functions can be utilized concurrently. Sweet!

PyAudiere is useful for Python programmers who want to painlessly add sound to their applications. It is also just as useful in an interactive environment, particularly in science and education settings involving signal processing applications.

PyAudiere depends on the Audiere Sound Library, and like Audiere, is open source and licensed under the LGPL. PyAudiere was originally written by Chad Austin, and has been extended and is now maintained by Christopher Brown.

last updated on:
April 1st, 2009, 5:23 GMT
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FREE!
developed by:
Christopher Brown
homepage:
www.pyaudiere.org
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Science

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What's New in This Release:
  • Fixed error in deb package that linked to a non-existent lib. Sorry about that.
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