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Generate WAVE files

Project description

This project lives at GitHub.

Installation

You need Python 3. I don’t want to support Python 2 for now. This is a pure Python package with no other dependencies.

I recommend you install the latest version from PyPI with pip:

pip install wavemaker

The standard distutils installation works too:

tar xzf wavemaker-*.tar.gz
cd wavemaker-*
python setup.py install

Usage

The command line tool is called make_wave. This is how you use it:

make_wave sine-wave.wav

There is more help built in:

$ make_wave --help
usage: make_wave [-h] [--waveform {sine}] [--frequency FREQUENCY]
                [--amplitude AMPLITUDE] [--duration DURATION]
                [--sample_rate SAMPLE_RATE] [--sample_size {16}]
                output_path

Generate WAVE files.

positional arguments:
  output_path           The path to the resulting WAVE file

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --waveform {sine}     The shape of the signal being generated (default:
                        sine)
  --frequency FREQUENCY
                        The oscillating rate of the wave. A non-negative
                        float, in Hz (default: 440.0)
  --amplitude AMPLITUDE
                        The amplitude of the wave. A float between 0.0 and 1.0
                        (default: 1.0)
  --duration DURATION   The time duration of the signal. A non-negative float,
                        in seconds (default: 1.0)
  --sample_rate SAMPLE_RATE
                        The number of samples per second. A non-negative int,
                        in Hz (default: 44100)
  --sample_size {16}    The number of bits used to store each sample (default:
                        16)

API

There is a single public API function call. It takes the same arguments that the command line tool does as keyword arguments. Please see the docstring for more:

write_wave_file(output_path, waveform='sine', frequency=440.0, amplitude=1.0,
                duration=1.0, sample_rate=44100, sample_size=16)

Basic usage:

import wavemaker
wavemaker.write_wave_file('sine-wave.wav')

Changes

v0.1.0 - Jan 04, 2014

  • First release.

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