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speaker tones program

speaker tones program

(OP)
How can Javascript, or Java/Basic/VB/C/Python. program tones of several different pitches, durations and
preferably different volume levels from a Win 10 PC's external speakers ? The program can be specific
to my PC but I want control from the mouse/keyboard, not a preprogrammed sequence. Thanks.

RE: speaker tones program

Quote:

The program can be specific
to my PC

So probably not javascript then, as javascript is a browser language designed to run in a HTTP:context not as a 'desktop' application.

So:
forum278: Python, (audiogen library)
Forum539,
forum205: C

Plus any of the M$ 'DOTNET' languages (VB.NET, C~, J# etc.

Chris.

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Time flies like an arrow, however, fruit flies like a banana.
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RE: speaker tones program

Public domain .wav files are very easy to find. I put tea-pot-whistle.wav in my current directory.

CODE

<head>
<script>
function PlayWave(waveElem) {
  var sound = document.getElementById(waveElem);
  sound.Play();
}
function StopWave(waveElem) {
  var sound = document.getElementById(waveElem);
  sound.Stop();
}
<embed src="tea-pot-whistle.wav" autostart="false" width="0" height="0" id="waveFile" enablejavascript="true">
</head>
<html>

<button onclick="PlayWave('waveFile')">Play</button> <button onclick="StopWave('waveFile')">Stop</button>

<button 
</html> 

Lyndon

RE: speaker tones program

(OP)
Python winsound, thanks

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