At SciPy 2015 I’ll present a short talk on sound processing in Python, based on my book-in-progress, Think DSP, and the class I helped teach this spring. I’ve been preparing the talk this week; it is almost ready to go! The current draft of the slides is here, and the accompanying notebook is here.
Here’s my favorite figure from the talk, the spectrogram of a sawtooth chirp (notice the aliasing bouncing off the Nyquist roof):
To hear what it sounds like, you can load the notebook and play it. The talk is July 8 at 2pm.