Record Web Radio
Wouldn't it be great if you could record ANY music from online radio stations, online music subscription services and MySpace, music videos, or anywhere else, making them individual MP3 song files? RadioCatch Web Radio Recorder helps you record streaming audio from online web-based radio stations and audio sources. It automatically captures music from Internet Radio station streams and saves it into mp3 files for your personal library.
1. Click the down arrow on the radio player () and pick a radio station from the dropdown menu (). Then, click the "Play" button and the radio player will start buffering () and then you will hear the sound. Click the "RadioCatch" button to activate the web radio recorder ().
2. Click "Show Mixer Window" button () to choose Stereo Mix as sound source from the "Recording Mixer" dropdown list (). There are many kinds of other sound sources, including Stereo Mix, Phone Line, Aux Volume, Video Volume, Mic Volume, Line In, CD Audio and so on. Then, select proper recording device (). Adjust the volume () and balance ().
3. Click "Options" and a window is activated (). In "General Settings" area (), you can specify an output format among MP3, WAV, WMA and OGG (). Click "Settings" to use the well-configured presets or specify the configuration parameters to adjust the recording quality (). Click "Change" to select an output folder (). It also has the ability to name the recorded file automatically by date and time ().
4. Click "Start Recording" to start recording (). To stop the recording, click "Stop Recording" (). The recorded sound will be directly output to the output folder & listed in the file list with detailed information like filename, location, time, duration & size (). You can play the recording with the built-in player ().