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pymad is a Python module that allows Python programs to use the MPEG Audio Decoder library. pymad provides a high-level API, similar to the pyogg module, which makes reading PCM data from MPEG audio streams a piece of cake.

Using pymad is as easy as:

import mad, ao, sys

mf = mad.MadFile(sys.argv[1])
dev = ao.AudioDevice('oss', rate=mf.samplerate())
while 1:
buf = mf.read()
if buf is None:
break
dev.play(buf, len(buf))pymad uses the Python distutils tool. To build and install pymad, install python and libmad development files, and then:

# python config_unix.py --prefix /usr/local
# python setup.py build
# python setup.py install --prefix /usr/localRemember to make sure /usr/local/python/site-packages/ is in your Python search path.

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