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Allows to play single tones on the PyAudio sound output in real time

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# pysine

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PySine allows to play single tones on the PyAudio sound output in real time

## Installation Either ` pip install pysine `


` cd DESIRED_SOUCE_CODE_DIRECTORY git clone hyyps:// python develop `

## Quick start ` python -m pysine frequency duration ` A sine sound with the desired properties should be heard.

## Issues Please report all problems or wishes as new issues on [this page](, so we can fix it and improve the future user experience.

## Unit test Use nosetests for unit tests: ` cd package_code_directory nosetests ` All tests should take about 3 minutes and finish without failures or errors. If there are errors, please report the console output as an issue (see the section “Issues” below for detailed explanations).

## License Please read our license file [LICENSE]( for more information.

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