PyAL is a wrapper around the OpenAL library and as such similar to the discontinued PyOpenAL project. In contrast to PyOpenAL, it has no licensing restrictions, nor does it rely on C code, but uses ctypes instead.
PyAL is easy to install and integrate within your own projects. Just follow Python's standard procedure of installing packages or look for a prebuilt package for your operating system or distribution.
If you just started with OpenAL and PyAL, it is strongly recommended that you read through the advanced sound support section of the documentation to understand, how OpenAL works in general. In any case, you can find the documentation at doc/html or online at http://pythonhosted.org/PyAL (for the current stable release) or at http://pyal.readthedocs.org (for the current development release).
This library is given to the public domain. There are no licensing restrictions. Please see doc/copying.rst for further details.