[CM] sndlib and extension languages

Joseph Anderson J.Anderson at hull.ac.uk
Mon Mar 22 01:49:15 PDT 2010

Hello All,

Has anyone had any thoughts on using python as an extension language for sndlib?

Reason I ask... I've been using SciPy (http://www.scipy.org/) as part of the Enought Python Distribution (http://www.enthought.com/products/epd.php) to do signal processing.

As SciPy is much more like Matlab in a Python environment, there are a number of features from Music V that I do miss.

>From (https://ccrma.stanford.edu/software/snd/snd/sndlib.html#sndlibxen) I see:

> Much of sndlib is accessible at run time in any program that has one of the languages supported by the xen package (s7, Ruby, Forth)

With a quick review of the web I see:


Not quite sure if this is the xen referred to above...

In any case... wondering if there were any plans or advice for accessing sndlib from python?

Thanks in advance.

Dr Joseph Anderson
Lecturer in Music

School of Arts and New Media
University of Hull, Scarborough Campus,
Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 3AZ, UK

T: +44.(0)1723.357341 T: +44.(0)1723.357370 F: +44.(0)1723.350815
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