Access Windows GPU in Boot2Docker

Is there a way to work with the Windows GPU in Boot2Docker? In particular, I’m aiming to be able to record audio with pyaudio inside of a Docker container. I know that when running on Linux, you can use the –device flag to mount /dev/snd/ appropriately; however, I need this to be able to run on Windows.

Is there a way to access the sound card from inside a Boot2Docker VM? Or is this something that requires a separate Linux VM?

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