pedalboard - 🎛 🔊 A Python library for adding effects to audio.

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pedalboard is a Python library for adding effects to audio. It supports a number of common audio effects out of the box, and also allows the use of VST3® and Audio Unit plugin formats for third-party effects. It was built by Spotify's Audio Intelligence Lab to enable using studio-quality audio effects from within Python and TensorFlow. Internally at Spotify, pedalboard is used for data augmentation to improve machine learning models. pedalboard also helps in the process of content creation, making it possible to add effects to audio without using a Digital Audio Workstation.

https://github.com/spotify/pedalboard

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