With podcasting and internet radio programming exploding, a lot of folks are looking for tools that would let them record streaming audio. Here are four tools that will do just that without you having to take AV class first.
Replay Radio lets you record radio shows from the Web, and then listen anytime, anywhere. It’s like a TiVo for the radio. You can record anything you hear, including streaming audio broadcast from Internet radio stations. 600 shows and 900 stations are pre-programmed, making recording as easy as point and click. You can even use Replay Radio as a general purpose recorder for archiving audio books, converting Real Audio files to MP3, saving music, monitoring online police scanners, recording from devices attached to your PC (like cassette decks or radios), or other uses.
AudioStreamer is the Internet radio receiver and recorder that lets you enjoy the thousands of radio stations available on the Internet. While listening to your favorite radio station, you can record any radio station you want, anytime! Browse through the radio stations, selecting a genre and the preferred bandwidth, and enjoy Internet radio! This Internet radio receiver also lets you search for stations by keywords, like ‘top 40’! All radio recordings can be saved as individual tracks, and AudioStreamer automatically adds the correct MP3 tag to the recording.
Cybercorder provides VCR-like recording for radio shows or any audio input. Recordings are stored on disk as WAV or MP3 files with optional audio compression to save disk space. Recordings can easily be played back by selecting the recording from the list of completed recordings. The customizable playback window allows to easily advance the recording forward and reverse various step sizes.
WM Recorder is a great way to capture streaming Windows Media Video or Audio content to a file on your PC. It’s perfect for music videos, news feeds, streaming music, radio broadcasts, adult and subscription content, corporate webcasts, and anything else. WM Recorder is incredibly easy to use. Simply open WM Recorder, click Record, and play the video or audio you want to capture. Files are saved on your PC automatically. Now you can watch or listen anytime, even without an internet connection.
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