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Beeply module in Python

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  • Last Updated : 03 Jun, 2021
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The beeply module in python will helps you produce musical notes using your computer’s characteristic beep sounds. It’s completely written in python ( using winsound and time module to be precise )

As this module is written using winsound, it will work only on Windows. This module contains only one class and a single method i.e beeply class and head() method.

Installation:

pip install beeply

Below are some examples which depicts the use of beeply module:

Example 1

A scale is the tonal basis of music. It is a set of tones from which one can generate melodies. The underscore _ is used for scale of sound If _ is given, it’s scale will be 1

Syntax:

obj = notes.beeps(duration in ms)

beeps is class, it’s constructor takes an  arg ( optional ) of time duration if not given it will take it as 900 ms

If given make sure it’s in ms.

obj.hear(self,duration in ms)

Python3




# import required module
from beeply.notes import *
 
# Creating obj of beeply
# It's has another arg of duration
# By default it's 900 ms
a = beeps()
 
# It's has another arg of duration
# By default it's 900 ms
a.hear('A_')
 
 
print("Done ")
 
# To acknowledge us
a.hear("A")

Output:

It will produce tone of A at scale 1 and the at scale 0, you can head 2 beeps for 0.9 sec each.

Example 2

Python3




# import module
from beeply.notes import *
 
# create object with duration as argument
a = beeps(1154)
 
# It will sound for 1154 ms
a.hear('A_')
 
# But if it is
a.head('A_', 5000)
 
# Then it is for 5 sec i.e. 5000ms
print("Done")

Output:

If you will give duration as argument while making object ( i.e. while instantiating ) then it will be default duration for hear function too if not given specifically. 


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