A python module that helps you produce musical notes using your computer's characteristic beep sounds
A python package that helps you produce musical notes using your computer’s characteristic beep sounds. Written in Python.
winsound python package is required. This package is present by default, if you use python on windows. Due to this dependency, beeply-win will ONLY work on windows platforms.
pip install beeply
- Import beeply in your python code as from beeply import notes.
- Create an object of a class “beeps” as mybeep = notes.beeps(). You can also set the default time period (in milliseconds) for which the note plays by passing it as an argument during object creation like mybeep = notes.beeps(400). If you do not specify anything, it takes a default value of 900ms.
- Use this object to hear the musical notes. For example - mybeep.hear('C'). You can also play a certain note for a time period other than the default period by specifying it in the arguments like mybeep.hear('C',2000) [Plays the C note for 2 seconds].
You can use C, D, E… for notes in the middle scale i.e. Scale 0 while adding a _ after the note raises it to the next scale i.e. Scale 1. For example, using mybeep.hear('C_') will produce the C note in the Scale 1.
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