Here’s a great tutorial for recording sound on RPi via www.g7smy.co.uk:
The Raspberry Pi does not have a microphone socket, which is inconvenient when you wish to record sound. To fix this you will need a USB Sound Card, for which I bought a Creative Sound Blaster Play! for about £20 and a short USB extension lead as the sound card is slightly too large and blocks the other USB port.
With the latest Raspbian “wheezy” installed on a Pi Model B with 512Mb of RAM and the overclocking set to High in raspi-config, here is a recipe for getting your Raspberry Pi to record sound from the command line. For the test setup I connected my iPod to the microphone port of the sound card, plugged everything in and powered up.
Learn how to do it yourself here!
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