A PC equivalent to Audiohijack, please

  stewyj 12:20 06 Feb 10

How can I get a program like AppleMac's Audiohijack so I can download audio from the net direct to my PC, WITHOUT
having to record it 'live' through Adobe Audition (or, for that matter, Audacity)?

I currently have to go through the Audition recordings to 'fix' interruptions in the
signal (buffer etc) and this takes a LOT of time.
There HAS to be something like ATube Catcher (which I have, and use for
grabbing video and/or/audio from YouTube videos, for which it was specifically created)
where I can just a click a button, sending the m3 to my desktop.
The problem is that ATube Catcher is refused access to the BBC iplayer pages.

Can anyone help?

  bremner 13:48 06 Feb 10

Total Recorder may be what you want click here

  stewyj 14:39 06 Feb 10

Thanks very much for that, bremner.

I followed your link and had a good look, but the standard edition of Total Recorder not only cost money but misses out on a 'click and download audio' feature.

Anyone else got any ideas?

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