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Software News   Software News : Aros Quick Record Audio tool
   posted by clusteruk on 8-Oct-2010 17:51:51 (4367 reads)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvn3jP4hjEk

After the release of my HDAudio drivers I wanted a basic recording tool for Aros, instead we got the amazing Audio Evolution 4 from Davy Wentzler.



Still I wanted a simple audio recorder so I asked Ian Gledhill who wrote the Catweasel drivers for me to have a go. Today I received the finished version and it is more than I asked for so look at the video. It will be available on my site over the weekend, maybe tonight if I have time.

This will record .raw, .wav and even .mp3 using Lame automatically. Just enter filename and path press record to start, Stop to finish, simple as that.

Now I want people to send Ian Gledhill a donation because whilst I paid for him to do it, it did not really cover his time. Plus it is a great little application.

On top of this all the source code will be in the Aros repository so you coders can use it to make better Aros Audio applications, maybe voice over IP or anything you can think of.

Have fun but please donate to Ian, I will create a page on my site soon with this and a donate page.

Most of all have fun.

Steve
    

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Re: Aros Quick Record Audio tool
Posted on 9-Oct-2010 1:31:22
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Is it possible for an OS4 version?
I would definitley donate for that.


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Re: Aros Quick Record Audio tool
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Very nice !

... and yes an OS4 release would be pretty cool


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Re: Aros Quick Record Audio tool
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i am surprised there is not one already. still the code will be available in a few days although ian may convert it if you ask him nicely.


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Re: Aros Quick Record Audio tool
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I can make an OS4 version, sure. Didn't see the need though as there's other recording programs under OS4 which are freeware anyway, but if you like I can port it. It's very simple so won't take long.

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hello,

who is Ian Gledhill ??? He has a site ???

Maybe if he want he could work for us (AOS,AROS,...) for gaining some money.


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Re: Aros Quick Record Audio tool
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I am sure he would, he has been working on OS4 for some time.


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I can make an OS4 version, sure. Didn't see the need though as there's other recording programs under OS4 which are freeware anyway, but if you like I can port it. It's very simple so won't take long.


Certainly not vitally needed on OS4, but its nice for those of use that use more than one flavour of Amiga like OS to be able to use the same familiar tools on the different Amiga variants we use.

Its also nice to have a choice of possible tools that do a similar job available as it gives a bit more flexibility.


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Re: Aros Quick Record Audio tool
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Quote:
I can make an OS4 version, sure. Didn't see the need though as there's other recording programs under OS4 which are freeware anyway, but if you like I can port it. It's very simple so won't take long.


Ian, there's a thing I (and definitely not me alone) miss on AROS is a simple "master volume" control for AHI, running on top of Wanderer, maybe like a commodity I can claim with a key shorcut, to control volume level. Would you be interested / have time to write one? The fact I have to poke with different sliders in AHI prefs to change volume is quite annoying, unluckily...

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Sounds like what you really need is a port of Mixer...
I'll look into it, though!

@Mrodfr

I'd love to make a living by coding for AOS/AROS but unfortunately there's just not enough money in it to do so. A bit of extra pocket money every now and again is nice, but not enough to live on, which is a shame.

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Re: Aros Quick Record Audio tool
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After release of AMC i have a job for you... Acube is interested too. Maybe it can be a little bit more pocket money.

Regards,
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I will contact you soon.


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Of course, I'm always open to suggestions. Mailing me is probably best (email in my sig) if I can help.

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Quote:
Sounds like what you really need is a port of Mixer... I'll look into it, though!


Oh, WOW!

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+1
add me to the interested ones for Mixer!!! Oh and you will get a mail in some minutes.


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Re: Aros Quick Record Audio tool
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Just realised my mail address is out of date here.

My email address is ian.gledhill@btinternit.com but that should be internet not nit (spam filter!).

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grrrr to late ; )

EDIT: It's underway...

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Re: Aros Quick Record Audio tool
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A new vesrion is on my site, replacing old one.

No Donations YET!!!


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Yup, the new version is now rather better, and closer to a finished app, I feel. Still looking for ideas though (I do have enough to get one with, however!)

Also, Stephen, I got a donation! So very many thanks to him, it's much appreciated!

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Re: Aros Quick Record Audio tool
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It would be possible to port Linux Multimedia Studio? It´s a Fl Studio Clone that support linux and windows and I think it´s open source.

http://lmms.sourceforge.net/home.php

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Re: Aros Quick Record Audio tool
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I think LMMS is probably quite good, but not quite what I'm aiming for. Plus we have Audio Evolution 4 for AOS and AROS, and I'd rather support those people trying to push AROS/AOS forward with commercial software.

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