The Pi will have a button and a microphone. The ideal scenario is like this:

  1. Someone presses a button
  2. The (USB) mic starts recording the audio (the recording needs to be saved for later research purposes)
  3. I listen to the recording in real time (on my Windows PC) or the created file gets send to my PC
  4. I create an answer with a Text-To-Speech software and stream that back to the Pi (The pi will be connected to a speaker) If that's not possible I could stream this audio via bluetooth to a bluetooth speaker

EDIT: I've read about IceCast 2 and DarkIce, however, I only found old tutorials that have not been updated in a long time

  • Welcome to Raspberry Pi :-) But what exactly is the question? Do you expect that we program it for you? Please take the short Tour and visit the Help Center to get an idea how things work here.
    – Ingo
    May 24 '19 at 19:14
  • I would like to know if there is a solution to stream the audio input from a microphone (that is connected via a USB soundcard) to a Windows PC. All the tutorials I found don't seem to work anymore...
    – Yoey
    May 25 '19 at 14:03

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