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I have got a studio quality USB microphone "Snowball" but when I try to record my voice using the applet it records silence.
I tested the microphone in Audacity - it works (though I need to adjust the sample rate) and my java seems to be good: java version "1.6.0_03".
To enable Java in your browser, click one of these links: Firefox works with Vox Forge Java applet on Linux (see: How To Install Java on Ubuntu with Apt-Get) install Open JDK (Java on Ubuntu) and Icedtea (browser plugin) $ sudo apt-get install default-jre $ sudo apt-get install icedtea-7-plugin restart firefox (see: install Open JDK (Java on Fedora) and Icedtea (browser plugin) $ su -c "dnf install java-1.?The Java applet generated a security error for me: 'access denied (javax.sound.sampled. Unfortunately I lacked more than five minutes to try and fix the issue, so gave up trying.The java applet seems to behave just fine (recording and playback work) but when I upload the result, the "Uploading..." message is displayed and it never completes. Suggest that you add a progress meter or some way to confirm that the upload is happening.The plug-in is usually bundled with the Java 2 Runtime Environment (JRE) and the Java 2 Software Development Kit (JDK/SDK).If you are given a choice between these, either will do; the JRE is smaller because it doesn't include developer tools, but both of them contain the plug-in.