Gnome Sound Recorder Application

Sound Recorder is a free and open source audio recording application for Linux. Using this application you can record and play audio in your system. You can record and export your audio in Ogg Vorbis, Opus, FLAC, MP3 and MOV file formats. It comes with stereo and mono audio channel support, keyboard shortcuts and seek backward and forward options.

Gnome Sound Recorder

Install Gnome Sound Recorder on Ubuntu Linux

Open the terminal command line application using ctrl+alt+t keys and run below command. It will install and run the latest version of Gnome Sound Recorder on your system.

sudo apt update
sudo apt install gnome-sound-recorder

Install Gnome Sound Recorder via Flatpak:

You can also install it using the flatpak. First install flatpak and flathub on your system and restart after the installation. Now in terminal app run below Gnome Sound Recorder flatpak installation command.

flatpak install flathub org.gnome.SoundRecorder

After the installation you can start it using the application menu or via below command.

flatpak run org.gnome.SoundRecorder

and uninstall it via

sudo flatpak uninstall org.gnome.SoundRecorder

That’s all.

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  1. John

    That’s all great, but how do you configure the thing? Going to the docs page for gnome sound recorder shows a view that must be years outdated as nothing shown in the documentation appears on the app I just installed! I’d like to set the sample rate, or at least set it for voice or music and to configure where it stores the files it’s writing. None of that seems available–something that seems to be a trend with Gnome anymore.

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