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This is an audio recorder application for the GNOME 3 and Ubuntu's Unity Desktops.This amazing program allows you to record your favourite music and audio to a file. It can record audio from your system's soundcard, microphones, browsers, webcams & more. Put simply; if it plays out of your loudspeakers you can record it.

It has an advanced timer that can:
* Start, stop or pause recording at a given clock time.
* Start, stop or pause after a time period.
* Stop when the recorded file size exceeds a limit.
* Start recording on voice or sound (user can set the audio threshold).
* Stop or pause recording on "silence" (user can set the audio threshold and delay).

Install Audio Recorder on ubuntu 13.04/12.10

Open the terminal and run the following commands

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:osmoma/audio-recorder
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install audio-recorder

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4 Comments to “How to install Audio Recorder on ubuntu 13.04/12.10”

  1. Jim says:

    Followed directions and got this error message:
    Unable to locate package audio-recorder

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    robert wilber Reply:

    I tried it but, could not find pdf or tutorial explaining how to use it. I use terminal update but, beyond that I’m lost. Help

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  2. Mike says:

    Seconded. has anyone solved this problem?

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  3. Orbecb says:

    It works but it records at a slower speed than the audio that your listening to!

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