Alis Recording Tool is a frontend for simultaneously capturing and recording audio using one or more soundcards as audio sources, as well as storing metadata for each recording. It is designed to be used during conferences, seminars, forums, etc.
This project aims to provide Linux users with a usable tool to title MiniDiscs using a portable MiniDisc Recorder (Sony MZ-R900 and MZ-R70 tested, but it should run on other MiniDisc recorders too) and a self-made interface for the parallel port (MDCOM).
Burnie is a collection of software to record and archive audio signals to harddisk and then burn them to multiple CDs simultaneously. Immediate CD copy to multiple drives is also supported. User interface is provided by a serial touchscreen.
Creative Digital Audio Workstation
A Digital Audio Workstation, by musicians for musicians, built on top of a highly optimised low-latency (standard) Ubuntu version. This DAW, under active development, is developed with commercial music packages and music hardware in mind. The workstation looks and feels like a Macintosh, bundled with (64bit, >1.4Ghz) hardware, can be used out-of-the-box by musicians. The software also allows purchase of -commercial- licenses like Ardour and Bitwig. One commercial jazz release: "Mind the Gap", by jazz-artist and techno-guru-programmer Herbie van Tetering (maker), was already created (with CreativeDAW) and published (on CD Baby) online.
Software package for automated audio/video recording of lectures and conferences, with synchronized slides/images. EyA2 uses a digital camera to take pictures of the slides/blackboard/whiteboard/etc. The procedure doesn't require human intervention.
Another shell script that combines cdda2wav with various encoders. Creates mp3, ogg, flac from CD-data. Creates also an cdinfo.xml file which contains all essential information about the encoded CD and can be used for various purposes.
Midi2ogg is a shell-based frontend to TiMidity++ and Oggenc that allows the user to convert a midi or mod file to Ogg Vorbis at the desired quality level with a very simple command syntax.
Sound Orgy is a suite of command line tools for the purpose of sound production and modification as well other misc sound related functons. Sound Orgy consists of components which use command line piping to connect to each other much like patch cords.
Simple frontend for ripping streams off of SHOUTcast website for Linux. It can be a good choice for people who simply want to quickly and easily rip a stream without the extra add-on functionality of other more complex tools.
TCDR is a ncurses (dialog) based console frontend for the following programs: mkisofs, cdrecord, cdrdao, cdda2wav, cdparanoia, readcd, dd, isoinfo, sox, mpg123 and bladeenc written in bash.
Extrai o áudio (MP3) de vídeo baixado do YouTube BR (br.youtube.com). Extract audio (MP3) from video downloaded from Youtube BR (br.youtube.com)
A streamripper wrapper for recording internetradio
This wrapper records with the help of streamripper internet radio, currently a bunch of pubil german radio stations,
KDE4 GUI bash script to save youtube videos as mp3 files
Tiny bash script to save youtube videos as mp3 files, uses the packages youtube-dl, ffmpeg and lame and uses the KDE4 graphical scripting utilities kdialog and qdbus.
mp3record is a command-line utility for recording any audio (system mixer, input, mic, etc.) directly to an mp3 file on a linux system. It can run for a set interval and shut itself off. Ideal uses for this script would be recording streams, meetings, et
Envoyer le son d’un ordinateur vers une freebox
pa2freebox is a shell script to stream the sound from pulseaudio to a freebox (set-top-box of the french ISP free) - pa2freebox est un script inspiré du freeplayer permettant d'envoyer le son d'un ordinateur vers une freebox via pulseaudio et vlc
Internet stream player/recorder.
rentoc is a shell (bash) script that will provide a fast and simple way to automate time-consuming tasks, associated with DAO mode audio CD creation from different media formats such as mp3s, wav files... etc.
This is a Linux shell script for encoding the audio in an FLV file into an MP3 file. I use it in Ubuntu 8.04, but it should work on other versions as well. The script will install all required packages before attempting to do the encoding.
Still looking for a convenient commandline-tool for scheduled streamripper-records? Here it is: sradio sets up atd-streamripperjobs for you easily. Just choose one of your radiostations (stored as sqlite3-db), the start- & the end-time of the record.
Streambox is a web interface for live mp3 streaming. It can be installed on a linux machine with one or more soundcards. Streambox is meant to be used as the only interface to the machine: it does not need a keyboard or monitor. Also StreamBOX is a CD