Talk:Recording audio

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ok but i'd like to record while in call on occasion in addition to having a jerry rigged voicemail daemon (i went ahead and disabled my providers voicemail (i hate having to call a number to hear my msg) how cool would it be if you could sorta screen calls too like it picks up the line plays a short wav "hey i'm busy tell me whats up and i *might* call you back. (record any reply) and play it over the stereo out

For recording a call: Call_Recorder For a voicemail daemon, I think asterisk does just that http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asterisk_(PBX) and I also thing there's a package somewhere. Everything you mentioned is rather easy to implement with siglaunchd, just set rules for numbers you want to screen... --Tom Hacohen 17:40, 12 April 2009 (UTC)

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ok but i'd like to record while in call on occasion in addition to having a jerry rigged voicemail daemon (i went ahead and disabled my providers voicemail (i hate having to call a number to hear my msg) how cool would it be if you could sorta screen calls too like it picks up the line plays a short wav "hey i'm busy tell me whats up and i *might* call you back. (record any reply) and play it over the stereo out

For recording a call: Call_Recorder For a voicemail daemon, I think asterisk does just that http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asterisk_(PBX) and I also thing there's a package somewhere. Everything you mentioned is rather easy to implement with siglaunchd, just set rules for numbers you want to screen... --Tom Hacohen 17:40, 12 April 2009 (UTC)