Since radio broadcasts are widely available these days for anyone with an Internet connection, the desire to record them in good quality seems quite natural. Talk shows, music and podcasts are great sources of valuable information and music, and they come free of charge in most situations. If you listen to online radio broadcasts a lot and want to grab some of them for personal use, you will definitely need specialized sound recording software — and we have found a perfect candidate for this job.
Simple Radio Recorder is a compact and user-friendly tool capable of recording sound from virtually all possible sources, such as AM/FM and Internet broadcasts, including podcasts and services like Pandora, stereo systems and players of all sorts connected to the sound card, sound-enabled applications and computer games. The program records sound in MP3 and uncompressed PCM sound formats and features a built-in scheduler that enables the user to start recording at any moment. The program can work in an automatic mode by waking up from hibernation or sleep mode and starting recording at a specified time. In addition to this, the program is capable of executing any other tasks, such as starting programs, opening files and websites in the browser, playing media files, as well as sending the system back to the sleep mode. Simple Radio Recorder also supports the command line mode for use in combination with other applications in more complex sound recording scenarios.
If you are looking for a simple, yet powerful and flexible sound recorder for Internet radio stations and podcasts, you will find Simple Radio Recorder a real gem. By the way, registration is free if done within 30 days!
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