The tenth stable Voice (gnome-voice) 0.2.0 release is available at https://download.gnome.org/sources/gnome-voice/0.2/gnome-voice-0.2.0.tar.xz with Voicegram streaming and recording in Ogg Vorbis.
Voice is a new Public Voice Communication Software being built on GNOME 43.
Voice will let you listen to and share short, personal and enjoyable Voicegrams via electronic mail and on the World Wide Web by GNOME executives, employees and volunteers. Xiph.org Ogg Vorbis is a patent-free audio codec that more and more Free Software programs, including GNOME Voice (https://www.gnomevoice.org/) have implemented, so that you can listen to Voicegram recordings with good/fair recording quality by accessing the Voicegram file $HOME/Music/GNOME.[ogg,voice] in the G_USER_DIRECTORY_MUSIC folder in Evolution 3.45 or Nautilus.
Currently it records sound waves from the live microphone into $HOME/Music/GNOME.[ogg,voice] (or $HOME/Musikk/GNOME.[ogg,voice] on Norwegian bokmål systems) and plays back an audio stream from http://api.perceptron.stream:8000/56.ogg simultaneously on GNOME 43.
The tenth Voice 0.2.0 release with live microphone recording into $HOME/Music/GNOME.ogg and a concert experience with Sondre Lerche (Honolulu, Hawaii) and presenter Neil McGovern (Executive Director, GNOME Foundation) is available from https://download.gnome.org/sources/gnome-voice/0.2/gnome-voice-0.2.0.tar.xz