[CentOS] How To Record Sound Being Played

Wed Jan 28 05:06:41 UTC 2015
Kahlil Hodgson <kahlil.hodgson at dealmax.com.au>

I've used Audacity in the past to do similar. Their website has a
howto section covering the details.


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On 28 January 2015 at 13:32, Mark LaPierre <marklapier at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey all,
> I've installed MuseScore on my C6.6 machine.  MuseScore is able to
> generate a midi sounding playback through the speakers of the active
> score.  I want to capture that sound directly to a file without using a
> microphone.  I want to send individual sound files to each of the
> members of my quartet with their part only.
> Does anyone know how I can capture sound directly to a file?  Is there
> an app for that? ;-)
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