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Recording sounds from a web archive - 3/22/2004 9:58:02 AM   
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I am trying to record a sound track that is in an archive of a radio station on the web. I can play it with no problem, but I would like to record it digitally. The SOUnd Recorder that comes with WINDOWS captures only 60 seconds at a time (at a rather low quality). Is there a program that will record longer tracks, perhaps at a higher quality?
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RE: Recording sounds from a web archive - 3/22/2004 2:54:47 PM   
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Me I am also interested. You might try searching at download.com about the various audio utilities.


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RE: Recording sounds from a web archive - 3/22/2004 8:17:22 PM   
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I hate to advertise for MusicMatch, as they got REAL DIRTY with me, and I won't go there.... but it will capture online audio, in ANY format that you desire, and you can do with it what you want afterwards.....

Go to www.musicmatch.com


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RE: Recording sounds from a web archive - 3/23/2004 3:16:29 PM   
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Dear MM, then let's search for a good replacement of it to suggest to our readership here...


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RE: Recording sounds from a web archive - 3/23/2004 5:04:15 PM   
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http://www.techlogic.ca/r4/product.mv?5+1

http://www.downloadchannel.net/files/absolutemp3recorder/amr.exe
Looks like a file mirror, so be kind to the original site and use the mirror for download - not sure if the version is 100% current, size is byte-identical though - and the mirror is WELL FAST.

Absolute MP3 Recorder - actually, it can record to any format you have a record codec for.

Capable of using the soundcard's "loopback" recording - eg. "What U Hear", "Stereo Mix" - or as some cards allow, recording loopback from WAV/MP3 out.

It may be better to try to "rip" the program though, rather than loop it through the soundcard.

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RE: Recording sounds from a web archive - 3/23/2004 6:07:09 PM   
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Thanks Matthew.... I'm still using MusicMatch for most of the tricks above, but I'm just not very happy with the company themselves...


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RE: Recording sounds from a web archive - 5/11/2004 6:37:55 PM   
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I am trying to record a sound track that is in an archive of a radio station on the web. I can play it with no problem, but I would like to record it digitally. The SOUnd Recorder that comes with WINDOWS captures only 60 seconds at a time (at a rather low quality). Is there a program that will record longer tracks, perhaps at a higher quality?


Try TotalRecorder (http://www.highcriteria.com) as this is a $15 program that captures in MP3, WAV or OGG format **anything** that comes through the sound card. The shareware version doesn't do more than like 30 seconds at a time but the registered ($15 paid) doesn't have any such limitation.

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RE: Recording sounds from a web archive - 5/11/2004 7:03:00 PM   
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Try this http://www.share2.com/all-sound-recorder/
but i would defently choose magix or steinberg utilites for what has to do with sound recording

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