|Fairy Radio adds unique functions to Radio/TV cards: Time Shifting (you can listen to any moment of broadcasting by just moving a slider), equalizers (31-band and 10-band), high-quality MP3-recording on-the-fly, Winamp visualizations support.|
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36|
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|OS||Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP|
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Fairy Radio adds unique functions to Radio/TV cards: Time Shifting, equalizers (31-band and 10-band), high-quality MP3-recording on-the-fly, Winamp visualizations support. Fairy Radio is the only program that implements the Time Shifting function fully. You can freely change the time position in any direction by just moving a slider. You can listen to a favorite song several times, skip commercials, return interesting information you have missed. By using the high-precision equalizers you can tune the sound as you like. The sound can go with wonderful Winamp visualizations. All the functions can run concurrently. Other features of Fairy Radio: flexible tasks scheduling, command line switches, unlimited number of stations, multilanguage support. A list of supported Radio/TV cards is available at the Fairy Radio website.
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