What I what to do it relatively simple. I was thinking to write up my own application that would handle the task but then I figured out that it is 21 century and it should be something like this out there ready to go for a 3 easy payments of $9.95.
Here is what I would like to have:
1) Send email to my home mails server
2) By receiving the email D/A processor and tuner turns on
3) The WaveLab starts record the D/A’s output feed
To setup evens triggered by email is not so complicated and to have a PC to manage some kind of relay in serial port is not too troubling task as well. However, do exist any out of box software and hardware solution that I can juts buy and to employ for my remote recording objective?
Well, it would be completely cool if I were able to retune my analog tuners via email, to set the right position of antenna via email and to change antenna’s attenuation via email. Still, I have only one station - WGBH -recordings of which might be spontaneous and need to be remote-managed. So, a good email-sensitive device would be very handy as I might leave my recording tuner always fine-fine to WGBH.
I took today a drive home from my work to schedule the Prague Chamber Orchestra performs Janácek's Suite for Strings during the 147th Worcester Music Festival. The broadcast was from Worcester’s Mechanics Hall. I can’t wait to get home today to hear how it was. I would love to activate the recording via email.Rgs, Romy the Cat
"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche