[svlug] Conference venues and audio recording?

HvR hvrietsc at myrealbox.com
Sat Jan 25 12:46:36 PST 2003

I use the following script to record on linux, it also compresses the
file into an mp3 file:

if [ "a$1" != "a" ]
	NOW=`date '+%Y%m%d%H%M%S'`


ALBUM="`uname -n`"
YEAR="`date +%Y`"
COMMENT="created by $0 on `date`"
killall esd	# dont ask why
# reset mixer
aumix -L >/dev/null 2>/dev/null
# volume=0 mike=max rec=max
aumix -v 0 -m 100 -m r 
rm -fr /tmp/$$.wav
rec   -r 44100 -c 1 -f U /tmp/$$.wav
lame --tg 25 --tt "$TITLE" --ta "$ARTIST" --tl "$ALBUM" \
     --ty "$YEAR" --tc "$COMMENT" --tn 1 \
      -a -b 32  -h  /tmp/$$.wav ${FILE}.mp3 # -S >/dev/null 2>/dev/null
rm -fr /tmp/$$.wav

# all done reset mixer
aumix -L >/dev/null 2>/dev/null
mp3info -p "%S seconds recorded in ${FILE}.mp3\n" ${FILE}.mp3
exit 0

On Sat, 2003-01-25 at 12:19, James Leone wrote:
> claw at kanga.nu wrote:
> >This is wildly off-topic, for which I apologise profusely.  I'm hoping
> >y'all have worked with small conferences enough to know some ropes I
> >don't.
> >
> >I'm setting up a small technical conference in a couple months and am
> >looking for a venue.  We're also looking for a cheap audio setup so that
> >we can record the talks, Q&A's etc.  The constraints:
> >
> >  -- Cheap ($1k okay, $2K pushing it).  This is a small technical
> >  hobbyist group.
> >  
> >
> This command should pick up audio that is on its way in:
> sox -c 2 -w -t ossdsp /dev/dsp -r 44100 track1.wav
> I learned this by reading a post from a guy named Bruce Moffatt.
> Hope this helps!
> JL
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