Across the three popular platforms, Windows, macOS, and Linux,
the underlying framework that
pyaudio_helper relies upon. Getting
PyAudio configured is different for all three OS's. Conda and CondaForge have support for installing
on both Linux and Windows. Under Python 3.6 and below PyAudio will install when
pip installing the scikit-dsp-comm package, as described below. For Python 3.7+
PyAudio first needs to be installed using
conda install pyaudio to obtain binary (
All the capability of the package is available less
PyAudio and the RTL-SDR radio, without doing any special installations. See the wiki pages for more information. Just keep in mind that now a Python 3.7+ install on windows must include the installation
PyAudio as described above.
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