[Tutor] creating a sound file from a string

Norman Khine norman at khine.net
Tue Jan 20 13:25:05 CET 2009

Thanks I am looking at this now.

 From unix I could run sox so that

$ sox uppercase-a.wav uppercase-b.wav ab.wav

this produces a merged uppercase-a.wav uppercase-b.wav

perhaps this is a better way, but requires having to execute an external 

any thoughts?


Kent Johnson wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 4:49 AM, Norman Khine <norman at khine.net> wrote:
>> does anyone know of a python module which would create a single sound file
>> based on the randomly generated string?
>> i have looked at the python wave module, but if i am not wrong this works
>> with one file at the time.
> I think you can do this with the wave module. The code would be
> something like this:
> open output file and set number of channels, etc
> for each letter of input:
>   open wave file for the letter
>   read frames from letter file
>   write frames to output file
> close output file
> Kent

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