Hi everyone. Thanks for all of the suggestions - two or three of them
are very appealing (depending on my cashflow).
I've downloaded both Tapin Radio and Replay Radio but I'm not sure
exactly how to use them (although a lot of it is probably common
sense). Are any Jaws scripts required and, as a separate question,
are there any tutorials/guides available in text or audio?
The main thing I'm trying to do at the moment (preferably with Tapin)
is to record the internet station that I broadcast on so, because it's
not in the station directories of these types of programs, I'm trying
to add the stream URL and instruct the software to record. Any advice
on doing this - if tutorials with such info aren't available - will be
Many thanks for your time and help.
On 4/17/17, Dean Martineau <top...@gmail.com> wrote:
> There are many options to record audio streams. The only free one I know is
> Tapin Radio. You can search for it and install it. Of course, they have a
> paid version $20 US) which lets you schedule recordings and gives you access
> to a wider database of stations.
> Perhaps the free version of total Recorder (totalrecorder.com) allows for
> recording in real time. Total Recorder Pro lets you schedule recordings.
> The most powerful one I know is Replay Radio from applian technoloties. It
> carries an annual subscription cost, but lets you schedule recordings, and
> also has a way to detect the Url of sites whose Url isn't apparent, so that
> you can record it. They have a media guide to which they will add sites on
> I'm sure other members can tell you about other options.
> -----Original Message-----
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> Subject: Recording Internet Radio Streams
> Hi. I'm looking for software that's compatible with Windows 7 and Jaws 14.0.
> I already have GoldWave but am wondering whether or not there is something
> more specific for the job, such as software that records from a given URL
> without having it playing through the computer via a media player. Any
> advice will be much appreciated.
> Take care, Danny
> Danny Miles
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