Recording

  vienna1981 20:33 31 Aug 03
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Someone from a music forum was able to record from the Virgin Radio online player to an mp3 file! I asked this person how they were able to do this and their answer confused me: "through my computer from the radio player in the computer to a program which lets me record". Can anyone tell me how I can record from an online radio player? Thanks in advance for all help.

  The Sack 22:21 31 Aug 03
  Peverelli 22:23 31 Aug 03

I have an Audigy2 sound card that allows me to 'record what I hear'. Don't know if other sound cards have the same option, but I'm sure there's software out there somewhere that'll do the same thing.

  vienna1981 22:33 31 Aug 03

Thanks for the link, unfortunately the product costs money...if anyone knows of a free program that does the same could they let me know? Thanks

  Antz 22:38 31 Aug 03

you could always record in the standard WAV format ( need alot of disk space) and rip it using a MP3 ripping utility, they are not hard to find. Also I think that 'realone player'at click here has a facility to capture audio in Mp3 format. It costs about $30 with a free 14 day trial.

  Ironman556 00:31 01 Sep 03

I think a lot of the Sound Blaster cards have the "what you hear" setting.

To convert to MP3 try SIMPLE MP3 from click here

  vienna1981 11:34 01 Sep 03

Ok I can dl the Simple MP3 to convert to MP3 but I still need a program that can 'capture what I hear', anyone know of any such programs?

  vienna1981 14:50 01 Sep 03

preferably capturing streaming audio from windows media player...i've dl a few utilities but none seem to work, they are supposed to capture sound played by going through the soundcard, but because I am playing windows media player, none of them will record as they need to use C-Media (which seems to be needed for media player to work)

  vienna1981 15:52 01 Sep 03

Its ok, my friend has told me he has Total Recorder which will be perfect! Thanks again for all help given!

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