Audio Capture Server

Developer: Goodman Productions

Current Version: 1.0.4

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 1.4 MB - Download


The Audio Capture System is an inexpensive way to record audio. Use your Mac, iOS devices and Wi-Fi network to easily record audio.

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The systems consists of two pieces of software: the server and the client. The Audio Capture Server runs on your Mac. The Audio Capture Client runs on your iOS devices. Up to 4 Audio Capture Clients can be connected to an Audio Capture Server over WiFi (for up to 4 audio sources). The microphone on the iOS device or connected to the iOS device is used as the audio source. The server tells the client(s) to record audio. The audio is captured and stored on the client(s) until the server requests the audio to be transfered to the Mac. After the audio has been transferred to the Mac, the audio can be processed and used as desired.

The Audio Capture System requires the following:

a Mac computer running OS X 10.7 or later
1 to 4 iOS devices running iOS 5.0 or later
a Wi-Fi network that allows Bonjour communication

The Audio Capture Server works in partnership with the Audio Capture Client to record audio. The server controls the clients and receives the audio files from the clients.


Release Notes:

Minor updates


More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.0.4
Review by CRGroup

Does not work (Developer Aware), Limited/No support - First email to developer upon App not working………. Greetings, I just downloaded the server portion of the Audio Capture System (Client already installed on my phone); However, it does not seem to be capturing the audio from my mobile device. It connects, but, the audio level meter is at -120db and does not move when sound is present. The application has access to the mic, but, no luck in recording... Any suggestions? Response……… I assume that when you transfer the files to the Mac they are just silent wave files? I don't know what to tell you. I have seen this on one of my devices but I was not able to fix it. It seemed like it really didn't have access to the mic even though I said yes when prompted. A couple of things you could try: 1) Go into voice memos and record something - make sure the mic is actually working (probably a long shot) 2) Power down and restart up the device (I have seen devices get scrambled over time and rebooting sometimes helps) Let me know if you figure it out and I will let you know if something else comes to mind. Sorry about that. Reply to Response…….. Thank you for the response... I have tried all the basic troubleshooting steps in attempt to get this to work (actually multiple times), including the steps that you have recommended. Also, I have uninstalled, or deleted rather, the application and reinstalled it on the device only to get the same result... Not working. It seemed like a great idea, and it would be great if it was working/stable. In the event that this cannot be rectified... What are the steps to reimbursement of cost paid for the app? Last communication from Developer….. I believe you have to contact support via the App Store. Look for assistance with purchases. That should eventually lead you to where to ask for a refund. --------------- Even for the $2 price tag, I requested a refund as it appeared there was no probability of an update/fix, etc. I would have liked for this to work, but… It is what it is. Hopefully, the developer will put some effort into this as it is a great concept.

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