Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Record Internet Radio Stations With Streamwriter

One of the easiest ways to obtain legal music is to record Internet radio.

Tools for the job have evolved a lot over past years, from command line applications to powerful programs that can record dozens of Internet radio stations at the same time.

StreamWriter is such an application. The program has a lot to offer: It can record music from multiple streams at the same time. Even better, it comes with a built-in auto-updating list of Internet radio stations that you just need to click on to start recording.

You can copy and paste a playlist or stream url into the form at the top or use the radio station browser on the right to find suitable radio stations.

You can search for a specific station, or browse stations by genre, quality or file type.

The program will record music for as long as you keep it open and running. You can at anytime stop the recording of an individual station or all stations that are currently being recorded.

Recorded songs are moved to the Saved songs tab where you can play them directly in the application. Another option is to cut recorded music which can be handy to cut off a dj or jingles that have been added to the recording.

The program is available as a installer and portable version


14 commentaires:

Reastmen said...

Cool, I'll try this

Jack said...

I was looking for one of these! Now I can record my mom's radio show.

Thanks!

Great blog btw, following (:

WOODLOUSE said...

That's really useful, thank you!

Michael said...

Very cool!

goat-on-a-stik said...

that seems handy, now to find some internet radio stations XD

RobinV said...

StreamWriter is a class in c#, I wonder if I could make an application like this, using NetworkStream.Reader() and then writing whatever it reads into a mp3

Xatana said...

Sweet little program you got there

hunter the mason said...

awesome!!!

Quetopia said...

great info as always.

Ronald said...

Imma get that!!! Nice post!

TheJanitor said...

Oh sweet thanks for sharing!

lacrosseman said...

i always listen to internet radio, this will be great for getting songs that i like

Alixander said...

Nice. I might try it out.

Fugazi said...

I have heard of something similar to this thanks for giving out the info.

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