I’ve posted an alpha version of pySonic, a Python wrapper for the FMOD library. It’s much more object-oriented than our older pyFMOD wrapper (the one currently listed on the FMOD download page) and should be considered a replacement for it.

Not all of the FMOD functionality is available in pySonic yet, but a good chunk of it is there. The project webpage gives a good listing of what’s available and what’s missing. Documentation is also forthcoming (I’m working on it right now actually.) See http://pysonic.sourceforge.net for details.

And to FMOD developers: I’ve placed pySonic under an open source license, but I took care to refer people to the terms of the FMOD license on the pySonic website. I wanted to make it clear that the wrapper is free to use, but FMOD isn’t in some situations.


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