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How to find and record tracks using RadioTracker 4.0

Discover music you'll love, from any corner of the web

There's a world of content available online, but knowing what to look for and where to look for it can be a problem. The following tutorial will show you how to record radio content and set presets for stations you enjoy.

1. RadioTracker enables you to build an MP3 music collection from internet radio. It scans radio stations for tracks by selected artists or in certain styles and downloads them. In a few hours, it can build a set of tracks that fits your tastes.

Step 1

Step 1

2. RadioTracker’s interface is busy, but it’s not too difficult to understand. Along the lefthand side of the main screen there are controls for ripping music and a list of stations being scanned. On the right there’s a list of ripped tracks and transport controls. The simplest way to start is to select a genre and click Autorip.

Step 2

Step 2

3. To control the choice of tracks more tightly, click Stations. The Manage Stations dialog will pop up to display a list of genres and stations. As you listen to RadioTracker’s output, you’ll work out which stations play the music you like most and can delete stations from this list that don’t produce the goods.

Step 3

Step 3

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