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Re: Recording sound

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  • Paul Thompson
    ... THNX thats just what i needed! I found it!
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 3, 2003
      > I hate to reply to this with a "RTFM", but in this case - really!
      > Either 'rec --help' or 'man rec' will tell you the answer.

      THNX thats just what i needed! I found it!
    • James Drabb
      ... Well, if your using rec command which is part of the sox package, you can specify rate. man rec will give you the info. Basically you would use 44100 for
      Message 2 of 4 , Nov 3, 2003
        On Mon, 2003-11-03 at 10:20, Paul Thompson wrote:
        > I'm playing with some voice chat programs, and i am testing my mic. When
        > i record using rec or cat /dev/audio >testfile, the playback sounds like
        > herman munster with a cold, it's very slow. I figure this is something
        > to do with bit rate, how do i confire this?
        >
        > TIA!

        Well, if your using rec command which is part of the sox package, you
        can specify rate. man rec will give you the info. Basically you would
        use 44100 for standard audio.

        rec -r 44100 OUTPUT_FILE

        Jim Drabb
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        James Drabb
        Senior Programmer Analyst
        Davenport, FL USA
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