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Snaptune redux.

Snaptune

We’ve talked about the Snaptune audio recorder program before, but they’ve now gone and updated the software to allow you to record any Internet radio station to your hard disk. It’s pretty neat, and seems to work well, although we’re still in love with Station Ripper really.

 Snaptune works with any audio source including web radio stations, USB radio tuners, or a simple line-in connection to your radio receiver. Pick a station from Snaptune’s extensive list of local or web radio stations; pick a schedule or let Snaptune record 24/7. Snaptune displays a playlist showing you what-played-when, and after a short ‘learning period’ it highlights and tags the individual songs that are playing on the radio. You can click on any song to listen to it again, learn more about it, or go online to purchase a download or CD containing it.

Red – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


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