Listen and record thousands of internet radio stations! Relay audio streams. Create your own CDs. Collect and manage downloaded media. Artist title and song name in collected files. Browse through the radio stations selecting on genre and bandwidth.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:06
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Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
iRadio Lite 1.0 Easy to use cheap internet radio ripper. Listen and record thousands of internet radio stations! Relay audio streams. Browse through the radio stations selecting on genre and bandwidth.
Description: iRadio is a new way of capturing and collecting music from radio stations over the Internet. Integrated easy search engine allows you to find favorite radio by genre or keyword, to choose bitrate and other characteristics. You can listen and record radios at the same time. iRadio receives much more information about listening track: track parameters, name, stream name, stream type, bitrate, genre etc. iRadio automatically saves every new track in a separate file with the corresponding file name. While listening to a track you can get it full even if you have started recording from the middle. You can optionally select saving tracks in directories with current date and time. There are many more unique options allowing you to arrange your music and make new downloads. There is an integrated CD recording engine that allows to create music CDs with CDA and MP3 formats. You have no difficulty in selecting and mixing tracks for recording a disk. Each track's parameters and full selected time are indicated. iRadio main features Play and record internet radio Integrated search for radio stations by genre or keyword Full track information Separate track recording Auto track caching Several player options Support the most popular radio stream formats Media Convertor (convert any to mp3) Scheduler Creation of CD's with your favourite music Easy CD mixing CDA and MP3 format for audio CD Retransmission of radio programs to many users
Radio Stations Spin Record Deal For Streaming Music The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers signed a record $1.7-billion licensing deal Monday with U.S. commercial radio stations, giving them the right to play ASCAP music over-the-air and over Internet Web sites.