GNOME Gingerblue 2.0.1 is available and builds/runs on GNOME 41 systems such as Fedora Core 35.
It supports immediate, live audio recording in compressed Xiph.org Ogg Vorbis encoded audio files stored in the private $HOME/Music/ directory from the microphone/input line on a computer or remote audio cards through USB connection through PipeWire (www.pipewire.org) with GStreamer (gstreamer.freedesktop.org) on Fedora Core 34 (getfedora.org) as well as XSPF 1.0 playlist stored in the private $HOME/Music/GNOME.xspf playlist of the previous, latest recording.
See the GNOME Gingerblue project (www.gingerblue.org) for screenshots, Fedora Core 35 x86_64 RPM package and GNU autoconf installation package (https://download.gnome.org/sources/gingerblue/2.0/gingerblue-2.0.1.tar.xz) for GNOME 41 systems and https://gitlab.gnome.org/ole/gingerblue.git for the GPLv3 source code in my GNOME Git repository.
Gingerblue music recording session screen. Click “Next” to begin session.
The default name of the musician is extracted from
g_get_real_name(). You can edit the name of the musician and then click “Next” to continue ((or “Back” to start all over again) or “Finish” to skip the details).
Type the name of the musical song name. Click “Next” to continue ((or “Back” to start all over again) or “Finish” to skip any of the details).
Type the name of the musical instrument. The default instrument is “Guitar”. Click “Next” to continue ((or “Back” to start all over again) or “Finish” to skip any of the details).
Type the name of the audio line input. The default audio line input is “Mic” (
gst_pipeline_new("record_pipe") in GStreamer). Click “Next” to continue ((or “Back” to start all over again) or “Finish” to skip the details).
Enter the recording label. The default recording label is “GNOME” (Free label). Click “Next” to continue ((or “Back” to start all over again) or “Finish” to skip the details).
Enter the Computer. The default station label is a Fully-Qualified Domain Name (
g_get_host_name()) for the local computer. Click “Next” to continue ((or “Back” to start all over again) or “Finish” to skip the details).
Notice the immediate, live recording file. The default immediate, live recording file name falls back to the result of
g_strconcat(g_get_user_special_dir(G_USER_DIRECTORY_MUSIC), "/", gtk_entry_get_text(GTK_ENTRY(musician_entry)), "_-_", gtk_entry_get_text(GTK_ENTRY(song_entry)), "_[",g_date_time_format_iso8601 (datestamp),"]",".ogg", NULL) in gingerblue/src/gingerblue-main.c
Click on “Cancel” once in GNOME Gingerblue to stop immediate recording and click on “Cancel” once again to exit the application (or Ctrl-c in the terminal).
The following Multiple-Location Audio Recording XML file [.gingerblue] is created in
G_USER_DIRECTORY_MUSIC (usually $HOME/Music/ on American English systems):
<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>
<song>Gingerblue Track 0001</song>
You’ll find the recorded Ogg Vorbis audio files along with the Multiple-Location Audio Recording XML files in
$HOME/Music/) on GNOME 41 systems configured in the American English language and can launch the latest recording by opening
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<playlist version="1" xmlns="http://xspf.org/ns/0/">