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I wanted to use gnome-sound-recorder for recording audio but it does not have an input meter so I wanted to use vumeter alongside it. The only problem is that vumeter ...
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    Recording Audio


    I wanted to use gnome-sound-recorder for recording audio but it does not have an input meter so I wanted to use vumeter alongside it.

    The only problem is that vumeter uses esd which in turn locks /dev/dsp which does not allow gnome-sound-recorder to record.

    Is there any way to get around that? Or is there some other light-weight volume meter?

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    Try Audacity.

    It has a meter built in.

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    Yeah, that's what I'm using now. It works ok.

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