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  • Internet Radio Recorder

    I have been meaning to do a post about this for a while now, and just read an article about a program that does pretty much the same thing the app I use now does. I have been happy with StationRipper, as it lets you record multiple stations at once and splits them all into tracks with names and album covers. If you get the paid version, it even imports directly into Itunes (though the free version is also very good a feature packed).

    http://www.stationripper.com/

    So the article I just read:

    Free Internet Radio Recorder

    It is for a program called Musicy, and it sounds very good too.

    Musicy will automatically save the song using the name of the artist and title if the Internet radio station is streaming those information
    Only downside for me is if I leave it recording overnight, I end up with more music than I know what to do with. A lot of it is really good music I like, since I am picking a station with music I like, but still. Like 300+ new songs at a time adds up pretty quick. :p

    One of my fav:
    http://www.afterhoursdjs.org/index2.php



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    Stoop and you'll be stepped on; stand tall and you'll be shot at.

    -Carlos A. Urbizo-


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    Re: Internet Radio Recorder

    A new article was just posted about another app for recording.

    Stream and record 12,000 stations with Radio Sure

    Except for the interface, looks pretty good.

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    Stoop and you'll be stepped on; stand tall and you'll be shot at.

    -Carlos A. Urbizo-

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