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Project Description

A clapper based around the PyAudio frontend for PortAudio.

Status: working


You need portaudio installed, then you can install the latest version pip:

sudo pip install slowclap

It will pull in pyaudio and numpy depenencies.



With default settings, run a shell command of your choosing each time a clap is detected:

slowclap --exec='echo Clap'

You might need to tune the threshold to your mic with the -t option.

Python API

Set up a simple detection loop:

import slowclap as sc
feed = sc.MicrophoneFeed()
detector = sc.AmplitudeDetector(feed, threshold=17000000)
for clap in detector:
    # do something



  • Working amplitude clapper
  • Supports command-execution and rate-limiting
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