sound utilities and sounds
sudo apt-get install libasound-dev sudo apt-get install portaudio sudo apt-get install python-pyaudio sudo apt-get install python3-pyaudio pip install tonescale
Tonescale provides various sound utilities and capabilities for Python in Linux. It provides a Sound class that can store a sound in a NumPy array, can load the sound from a file, can save the sound to a file, and can play the sound using aplay or by streaming the sound using PyAudio. Sounds can be added, summed and repeated symbolically. Tonescale includes some sounds.
A tonescale module sound can be accessed in the following way:
sound_1 = tonescale.access_sound(name = "199935__drzhnn__04-blip")
Sounds can be repeated:
sound_1.repeat(number = 2)
Sounds can be added:
sound_3 = sound_1 + sound_2
Sounds can be summed:
sound_3 = sum([sound_1, sound_2])
Sounds can be played:
Sounds can be played in the background too:
sound_1.play(background = True)
Sounds can also be played in a stream:
Sounds can be saved to files:
Sounds can be loaded from files:
sound_1.read_WAVE(filename = "199935__drzhnn__04-blip.wav")
See example code for more details.
Tonescale also provides sound_search.py, which can search recursively for sound files of a specified minimum duration.
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