Then, there is Illinois.interesting .. wonder what the state law is .... because ..........recording laws in most U.S. states require only one party to be aware of the recording, while 12 states require both parties to be aware.
you put there so you are the one party ..
To legally record conversations, Illinois law requires that all parties consent to the recording. This applies even to conversations that are not private. Illinois law does not require that one or more parties reasonably expect the conversation to be private, thus If a conversation is recorded without the consent of one of the participating parties, that party's right to privacy may have been violated and they may be able to sue, both criminally for eavesdropping, and civilly for invasion of privacy.