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    Trying to record a google voice (through gmail) call

    Title says it all, (other than that I'm in a 1-party consent state so there are no legal issues here), just trying to figure out how to do this.

    I can get audacity to read the call output, or I can get it to read the mic, but I haven't figured out how to get both (presumably by directing both the through the main output, though if there's another way, I'm open to it.)

    Sorry if I'm not bringing a lot to the table here, but I'm flying blind a bit. Anyone have some direction?

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    Re: Trying to record a google voice (through gmail) call

    if you're using PulseAudio, just use pavucontrol and set whatever you are using to record to 'monitor of device' in the 'Recording' tab

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    Re: Trying to record a google voice (through gmail) call

    simple sox+bash script will record whatever comes out of the speakers.
    I've heard that /dev/dsp is no longer being used in the recent Ubuntu OS to which I cannot speak,

    Hope it may help...

    Record what comes out of your speakers
    "The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place."

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