Edit Audio Using Python?

aaronwmail-usenet at yahoo.com aaronwmail-usenet at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 20 23:36:32 CEST 2007


On Jun 20, 12:21 pm, Ultrus <ownthe... at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ah! I found this on the official website:http://www.python.org/doc/1.5.2p2/lib/module-audioop.html
>
> That should keep me occupied. If you think of anything interesting
> however, I would be happy to know. :)

I think you'll find that you have to put a lot of pieces together
to manipulate audio -- it's all there, but it's not straightforward.

I did it in my "skimpygimpy" audio components, which may help
(especially
if you ignore the stranger parts where I went off the deep end).

Start by looking at the "waveTools.toneFile()" method, which, I think,
writes out a wave file containing "concert A".

http://skimpygimpy.sourceforge.net -- follow link to downloads...

  -- Aaron Watters

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