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Re: [pygame] "game" idea (sound output)

Greg Ewing wrote:

Thanks for the pointer, looks like it has interesting possibilities.
Can Sox be used as a library called directly from Python? Or would
I have to run it as a separate process and pipe stuff to it?

You can do either.
I'm still looking into using it myself, but here are some links to using libsox directly from python:

Because sox is cross-platform (available on virtually all OSes) and opensource it might be a good solution to your problem.

Happy exploring,

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