[buug] "record" mp3/ogg?

Bruce Ferrell bferrell at baywinds.org
Tue Dec 21 23:13:33 PST 2004


I'm assuming you're using a linux-like platform.  I needed to do 
something like this a few weeks back.  I didn't find anything to go 
direct to mp3/ogg but I did find something to go to wave and then from 
there to mp3/ogg


Is the sound card to wave tool I used and

notlame is what I used to encode.  I won't bother with that link, but 
vsound was not easy to find.

Good luck!

Ian Zimmerman wrote:
> Hi, I'm a rank beginner with digital sound, hence this question.
> There seem to be plenty of programs to "rip" tracks from a CD,
> save them in the lossy format of the day, and maybe reassemble
> them for burning on another CD.  But I want to create files
> from external source - really, whatever the sound card happens
> to play.  That's because I'd like to retire my stereo, but only
> after converting the really valuable LPs and tapes.  After
> a very short search I have not found any way to do that.
> Maybe I am asking the wrong question?  If so I'm sure Rick
> will correct that :-)

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