sound processing modules in python - anyone?

marc.wyburn at googlemail.com marc.wyburn at googlemail.com
Tue Nov 7 15:27:03 CET 2006


I've had a brief look at this and there isn't a sound orientated
library as such.  You can however use numpy to do stuff like FFTs and
there are there is a wave module in python that will allow you to
create wavs, you can google for importing wav's into numpy arrays.
This seemed like a good idea to me as I think Numpy is written in C or
C++ (or maybe it was fortran).  There seem to be a lot of people using
numpy in a similar way to matlab so there is a fair ammount of the
standard DSP routines have already been written.


sittner at lkb.ens.fr wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I'm looking for a module for sound processing (manipulating sound objets,
> filters, ffts etc.).
> I tried Snack, but when i downloaded the package that was supposed to be
> for python, there was only the Tk/Tcl stuff (where's the .py ?).
> could anyone help me with that (or with any other sound module for python)?
> thanks in advance,
> g




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