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26th January 2010, 09:48 PM #1
Record Something That You’re Listening To Online
PCWin Speaker Record - records everything you hear from your speakers. Save as mp3 or wav files. Records at 128 Kbps CD quality. Now you can enjoy your music and podcast anytime!
Record from Internet radio stations. Grab audio from any web site, podcast, Internet Radio, DVD or CD as it plays.
Easy-to-use. Select mp3 or wav file format. Click 'Start Recording' and when you are ready to stop recording press 'Stop Recording' button. Then save your newly created mp3 or wav file and play it anytime!
Play your saved recording with Microsoft media player, Video Lan, WinAmp or any media player! It so easy, no complicated settings, just great CD quality 128 Kbps mp3 or wav files everytime.
PCWin Speaker Record download link: http://www.frontierdg.com/dl/pcwinsr.msi
PCWin Speaker Record requires the MPEG Layer 3 Audio Encoder. Download link: http://www.elecard.com/ftp/pub/direc...lame_dshow.zip
PCWin Speaker Record webpage: PCWin Speaker Record
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26th January 2010, 11:02 PM #2
For Mac users I would recommend Audio Hijack Pro. Rogue Amoeba | Move From Audio Hijack Well worth the couple of quid for it.
Thanks to GrumbleDook from:
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26th January 2010, 11:08 PM #3
Hmm, theres something not quite right with the sentence...!
great CD quality 128 Kbps mp3 or wav files everytime.
Will have a look at it like, might be nice for the staff and students as a quick and easy alternative to using audacity to rip web content.
26th January 2010, 11:12 PM #4
Originally Posted by DaveP
I have used Replay Music recently for recording what I'm listening to (usually Just A Minute from the BBC site)
Only cost £12.95 for a pay-for alternative to the free offering from Dave.
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