Hi There, Hope you find this mail in good health.
I am Umang Goswami, a Python developer and student working on a huge project for automation of music instruments. I am producing the musical notes using the Beep function of Winsound Module( https://docs.python.org/3/library/winsound.html) by passing frequency as a argument to the function.
Now whenever i provide frequency of any note in decimal(for example 277.1826 for C4 note) it shows following error: Traceback (most recent call last): File "C:\Users\Umang Goswami\Desktop\Umang Goswami\test.py", line 2, in <module> winsound.Beep(111.11,111111) TypeError: integer argument expected, got float
Now I have to round up the frequencies. This is hurting the quality, accuracy ,authenticity and future of the project. Almost all the notes have the frequencies in decimal parts. Rounding up means changing semitones and quatertones thus whole note itself. This problem is technically making my program useless.
Its my humble request to you all, I beg you, Please tell me how to overcome this issue. I have consulted many sources both online and offline but I remained unsatisfied. I can not make audio files of each note because there are many many notes and so practically making so many files of different time length wont help.
Please suggest to me the way to resolve this issue or is there any other module to produce the sound of decimal frequency.
Waiting in your reply,