Automatic beat-mixing of music files
Automatic beat-mixing of music files in Python, using AudioOwl 🎚
Mix two WAV files -
import mixingbear mixingbear.mix('track01.wav', 'track02.wav', 'output.wav')
Tested on Python 3.6 or later
⚠️ AudioOwl needs ffmpeg to be installed on your machine. The easiest way to install ffmpeg (at least on a Mac) is using homebrew. See instructions here.
The latest stable release is available on PyPI.
Install it using the following command -
$ pip install mixingbear
Saves a mixed WAV file locally to
Supported keyword arguments for
top_file- Path to a WAV file you want to mix onto
bottom_file- Path to a WAV file you want to mix
output_file_path- Path for the mixed output WAV file you want to mix
mix_mode[optional, default == 'random'] - String:
random- MixingBear will find the best mixing points, and will mix the tracks starting on a random one out of them.
first- MixingBear will find the best mixing points, and will mix the tracks on the first one.
sr[optional, default == 22050] - Integer. Sample rate.
offset[optional, default == 880, equal to ~20 milliseconds on a track with 44100 sample rate] - Integer. Number of samples to use as padding on beats, to choose sync points. e.g. With offset=880, beats will be considered as 'matching' is they are positioned away from each other in 880 samples or less.
trim_silence[optional, default == True] - Boolean. If True, MixingBear will trim leading silence on
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