Join Barron Stone for an in-depth discussion in this video Generating sound and colors, part of Code Clinic: Python.
- In this video I'll show you how I generate sounds and…draw colors to the canvas when a mouse event occurs.…As I mentioned in an earlier video, for this solution…I use the pygame package to play sounds and I…imported two modules from the pygame package.…I imported the sndarray and the mixer module.…The mixer module contains classes for loading…sounds and controlling playback and the sndarray…module contains functions for converting…between numpy arrays and sound objects.…I also imported the numpy package as np up here.…
Now before I can use the mixer module I first…have to initialize it and that's what I did in…the last line of my init constructor method.…Here I called the mixer.init function and I configured…the mixer to use a sample rate of 22,050 Hertz, to use…signed 16 bit values for the sample values and to only…use a single channel so it'll just be a mono sound.…Now let's look at what happens when the user presses…their mouse and the mouse down event occurs.…
When the user presses their mouse and the mouse_down…
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