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2004\08\28@164646 by Carlos Marcano

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Hi folks. I was wondering if any of you know about an Internet radio
recorder software that would allow me to record as if I was tape recording
using any home radio receiver. I have made some googling but no luck so far.
TIA,

Regards,

*Carlos Marcano*
-Guri, Venezuela-
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2004\08\28@172730 by CSB

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take two male 3.5mm stereo jacks, wire them together, plug one end in the speaker output of your soundcard, the other end in the Line-In or MIC plug. Adjust your volume levels before recording, and use whatever recording software you like. That's the easiest way I've found.

christian


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2004\08\28@173438 by Carlos Marcano

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Hey, I found a nice one: i-Sound WMA/MP3 recorder pro 6.12. It is not free
but so far looks promising. Thanks anyway.

Regards,

*Carlos Marcano*
-Guri, Venezuela-

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Asunto: [PIC] Internet Radio Recorder



Hi folks. I was wondering if any of you know about an Internet radio
recorder software that would allow me to record as if I was tape recording
using any home radio receiver. I have made some googling but no luck so far.
TIA,

Regards,

*Carlos Marcano*
-Guri, Venezuela-

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2004\08\28@174751 by Carlos Marcano

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CSB said:

>take two male 3.5mm stereo jacks, wire them together, plug one end in the
speaker output of your soundcard, the other end in >the Line-In or MIC plug.
Adjust your volume levels before recording, and use whatever recording
software you like. That's >>
>the easiest way I've found.

Yes, I thougt about that but I wanted something simpler like a software
based solution (I´ve been a little lazy these days!) Thanks for the help,
cristian.

Regards,

*Carlos Marcano*
-Guri, Venezuela-


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2004\08\28@175945 by M. Adam Davis

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There are free software packages around that do this.  IIRC, one was called hijack and it either inserted itself betwen the OS and the sound card driver, or created a virtual sound card, and copied the data sent to it for a fully digital recording.

Searching for 'virtual sound card' might get what you want as well.

Good luck!

-Adam

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2004\08\28@192508 by Ryan Underwood

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On Sat, Aug 28, 2004 at 05:59:29PM -0400, M. Adam Davis wrote:
> There are free software packages around that do this.  IIRC, one was
> called hijack and it either inserted itself betwen the OS and the sound
> card driver, or created a virtual sound card, and copied the data sent
> to it for a fully digital recording.

If one were to be using Linux, the 'mplayer' program will dump streams
with -dumpstream option to be played back later.

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2004\08\29@062316 by Ake Hedman

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M. Adam Davis wrote:

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If you have a creative Sound Blaster card or compatible the sound recorder allow you to record "what u hear". So if you can listen to it you can record it. I think this works with all computer recorders. One just has to change the input channel to record from.

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2004\08\29@160227 by Joe Geller

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thanks Carlos!
I downloaded it, and besides it is free (but is in german...)!

NOTE: if you like to have a 'music cassette recorder', also free, go on site
mon-petit-monde.ifrance.com and download 'Long Names' file manager (for
free, is not a shareware and never will expire): it has a built-in 'music
cassette recorder' and also a 'midi-recorder'. Have fun...:)

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2004\08\30@110047 by hilip Stortz

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i'm glad you found it.  however, simply as a matter of courtesy, could
you avoid marking emails with a "high" priority etc.?  this "feature" is
not generally used as when it is, all messages become "high" priority,
also it displays in red in the list of messages which is somewhat
annoying to many.  i don't want to be mean or rude, it's just one of
those common mistakes that can drive people away from your' message or
even get it tagged as spam etc.

Pietro Cecchi wrote:
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> thanks Carlos!
> I downloaded it, and besides it is free (but is in german...)!
>
> NOTE: if you like to have a 'music cassette recorder', also free, go on site
> mon-petit-monde.ifrance.com and download 'Long Names' file manager (for
> free, is not a shareware and never will expire): it has a built-in 'music
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-- Philip Stortz--"In Germany they came first for the Communists, and I
didn't speak up because I wasn't a Communist. Then they came for the Jews, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a
Jew. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I didn't speak up because I
wasn't a trade unionist. Then they came for the Catholics, and I didn't speak up because I was a
Protestant. Then they came for me, and by that time no one was left to speak up."
-- Martin Niemöller, 1892-1984 (German Lutheran Pastor), on the Nazi
Holocaust, Congressional Record 14th October 1968 p31636.

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