[linux-audio-user] voice note recorder

Patrick Shirkey pshirkey at boosthardware.com
Sun Dec 7 10:36:13 EST 2003

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Benjamin Flaming wrote:
>      You might be able to get what you want from a program called wdat.  I 
> just met the guy that wrote it, which is how I found out about it.  I haven't 
> played with it yet, but his description seems to suggest that it might 
> be useful to you.  He uses it to transfer music cassettes into his computer, 
> and says "It can detect silence between songs and split songs as it records."  
> Take a look (it's at the bottom of the page):
> http://www.turbobit.com/midi.html
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> On Thursday 04 December 2003 12:39 pm, Helge Hielscher wrote:
>>hope this is the right list to ask. Does anybody know if there is an
>>audio voice recorder for linux? Like a normal audio recorder, but one that
>>automatically switches between pause and record.
>>The only voice note recorder I found on the web is Windows only and has a
>>huge feature list. http://www.xemico.com/anr/index.html

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