How can I record a streaming radio program with Audacity?

  Triprajul 27 Nov 11
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Greetings:

I posted earlier about this issue and I received two nice replies, especially from eedcam. Basically, I have looked at some Audacity tutorials but I just want to do a certain task described below so the quick and dirty steps to do this would be appreciated.

I have downloaded Audacity-win-1.2.6 BTW, my OS is Vista Ultimate.

A) I go to the Internet radio station and turn on and listen to the stream. Now, how can I record this streaming radio program? If some nice person could tell me the exact steps, it would be greatly appreciated.

B) Next, this program comes on very late at night. Does Audacity have a feature like a timer that I can set so that it comes on at a certain, designated time and goes off at certain time? Any information given is greatly appreciated.

C) Finally, is my version of Audacity, that is Audacity-win-1.2.6, good enough for my purposes or should I download a newer version?

That’s it for now. Thank you for reading my post and I look forward to reading your postings or feel free to PM.

  eedcam 27 Nov 11

Hi with Audacity 1.2.6 you need to select stereo mix as the input then anything being played will record No Timer I'm afraid. yes your version is fine Youll ned to select an average input level as the programme ay vary alot

  rdave13 28 Nov 11
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