[LAU] Alternative to audacity for simple non-jack recording?

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To: linux-audio-user <linux-audio-user@...>
Date: Monday, September 12, 2011 - 6:01 am

I have a simple little usb-thingy that I want to record sound from. It
shows up just fine in audacity, but when I press record with it set as
the input device, audacity freezes completely, and I have to kill it.
I've tried ecasound and qarecord, but I couldn't really make any of
them work. Anyone have any experience with this? Should I just try an
older version of audacity? Just looking for some hints before I start
the whole downgrading process (the older, "stable", version of
audacity comes with the thingy, so that's supposed to work).

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[LAU] Alternative to audacity for simple non-jack recording?, Arve Barsnes, (Mon Sep 12, 6:01 am)