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This is a real nice one. Recording tracks from a r
This is a real nice one. Recording tracks from a radio station just for free in real time. But I was shocked when I saw how huge is the data base of web radios implemented. Over 13.000 radio stations and 77 music genres, 80.000 artists. It's almost impossible not to find your favorite song.
With a very intuitive interface you can control every step of the recording. You got a lot rules and filters that will help you to make the best rip:
- you can choose how many stations should be ripped at a time (the maximum limit is 100 stations at a time);
- the bandwidth limit (the maximum limit is 10.24 mbits/s);
- the maximum amount of data to be downloaded (max. 30GB);
- time limit (how many hours should record);
- select the genre;
- set the favorites list from radio stations data base;
- set the wishlist made of songs and artists;
Unfortunately you can listen to the radio only when you begin to rip. You can navigate through all active radio stations to see what tracks will be recorded. All the recorded tracks will be saved in a genre folder of your wish, after there were downloaded in a temporary file. Radio tracker will try to search for the correct album cover and lyrics for every track downloaded.
If you want to listen the downloaded tracks you can choose the integrated player which fills its playlist direct from the download folder. From there you can create also real ringtones for your mobile and edit the ID3-tags.
Pluses: download in parallel unlimited radio stations; integrated audio player; ringtones creator;
Drawbacks / flaws: You cannot listen to stations if you don't start the download.
In conclusion: You will be really satisfied with this product which is easy to use but very powerful.
version reviewed: 188.8.131.52
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