I would be very grateful for any help.
I am on Linux (EndeavourOS), and I am trying to record the audio playing on my computer (Spotify) through Audacity.
But I can’t do it, despite the options I choose regarding host, playback and recording (my distro uses Pipewire, moreover).
Below I am attaching a screenshot about my recording options. But none of them makes me record the audio, unfortunately:
Obs: sometimes I can record the audio, but very, very low.
Thanks in advance for any help.
I’m a Windows guy but there is some information here.
I think there are some Linux applications for recording streaming audio. Then you can edit in Audacity if you want to.
Of course, you’re not supposed to. There’s a reason there is no “download” button. It’s a copyright violation and the artist/copyright holder gets paid a fraction of a penny every time you stream whereas they don’t get paid anything after you’ve stolen it.
Of course, you’re not supposed to. There’s a reason there is no “download” button. It’s a >copyright violation and the artist/copyright holder gets paid a fraction of a penny every >time you stream whereas they don’t get paid anything after you’ve stolen it.
I’m not stealing anything. The computer is mine, so I am supposed to do what i want with it.
Moreover, I’m not trying to do that to sell CDs, to distribute music nor nothing related.
I’m just trying to record a pen drive with classical music (which, we know, is in public domain) to an aunt who knows nothing about tech, streaming, etc. Moreover, I don’t think Beethoven, Mozart, Haydn, Haendel, etc, will receive “fractions of a penny” of anything we hear.
I just asked a little thing and received a “moral lesson”.
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