Audio Recorder – capture and record audio from any device

Audio Recorder - capture and record audio from any device on Linux MintCapture and record audio from any device on Linux Mint. Audio Recorder – with it you can capture and record audio from CD players, line-in, microphone, Internet radio, web camera with built-in microphone and other devices.
With plugins Gstreamer Audio Recorder supports the following output formats: OGG, Flac, MP3, AAC and WAV.
Features:
Uses to record any available sources: microphone, webcam with integrated microphone.
With Gstreamer plugins recording in OGG, Flac, MP3, AAC and WAV.
The recording is very high quality
The system resources are almost never consumed
Diagnose the playback device.
Works with almost all modern sound cards.
The program can work with several cards.
The application after installation and the first entry creates the “Audio” folder in the user’s Home folder, which stores all the recorded files.
Audio Recorder - capture and record audio from any device on Linux Mint
The recording can be automatically controlled media players compatible with MPRIS2. Audio Recorder can record all your Skype calls without any user interaction.
Audio Recorder - capture and record audio from any device on Linux Mint
Audio Recorder - capture and record audio from any device on Linux Mint
Installation into Linux Mint:

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:osmoma/audio-recorder
sudo apt update
sudo apt install audio-recorder
You will also need to install one or more of these packages to add support for various audio-formats:
sudo apt install gstreamer1.0-plugins-base gstreamer1.0-plugins-good gstreamer1.0-plugins-ugly gstreamer1.0-plugins-bad gstreamer0.10-fluendo-mp3
Good Luck!!!

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Ferry Dzaack
Ferry Dzaack
2022 years ago

How do i configure audio recorder to record the sound played by my soundcard? No matter what I chose, it keeps trying to record from my microphone

Shekin
Shekin
2022 years ago

strange, I also have not worked now, like writing to a file, but the signal from the microphone does not receive…

def
def
2022 years ago

Thanks for the tutorial!
For those who'd like to record audio from command-line, there's a small program – fmedia (http://fmedia.firmdev.com). It uses ALSA capture device and supports output formats WAV, FLAC, OGG and MP3. No additional dependencies are needed to be installed on your system.

You can start recording with a single command:

fmedia –record –out=rec.ogg

and stop recording by pressing Ctrl+C.

Shekin
Shekin
2022 years ago

Add the repository manually. As in the images below, the 2 lines one at a time.
screenshot 1, screenshot 2
first line

deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/osmoma/audio-recorder/ubuntu vivid main

second line

deb-src http://ppa.launchpad.net/osmoma/audio-recorder/ubuntu vivid main

And import missing keys (single command)

sudo apt-key adv --recv-keys --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com `sudo apt update 2>&1 | grep -o '[0-9A-Z]\\{16\\}$' | xargs`

Install program

sudo apt install audio-recorder
Marcelo
Marcelo
1 year ago

Great app! Is it possible to save a recording from different sources (e.g. an online chat with the user on the microphone and the other person online through e.g. Skype) in two separate audio files (i.e. two separate audio tracks)? Thanks