PyGame FFT Audio Visualizations
07 January 2021
This tutorial is to write a very simple audio visualizer using
PyGame, PyAudio, and Numpy. The visualization uses the
frequency domain of some input sound, and display a bar graph of the
frequency domain as the audio plays. The audio source is the computer
line-in or microphone.
What I like about Love2D
29 November 2020
I recently decided to revisit game development. I decided to use the
Love2D engine, because the API is rather beautiful in it’s
simplicity. The graphics are treated as a pixel buffer to which I can
draw lines, squares and circles to. It has 2 core functions for me to
work with, which I like. All in all, it reminds me a lot of QBasic,
which I learned in high school. I’ll link to my repo at the end and
provide appropriate links at the various points.