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How can I get web radio software recorder ? Answered

I Would like to have a perfect software  to download or record my best program from web radio?
Any help ?

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davijordan (author)2013-11-01

For what it is worth on linux...

sudo apt-cache search ripper
asunder - graphical audio CD ripper and encoder
python-configobj - simple but powerful config file reader and writer for Python
crip - terminal-based ripper/encoder/tagger tool
ears - collection of Last.fm clients and CD-ripping tools
fadecut - toolset to rip audiostreams, cut, fade in/out and tag the resulting audiofiles
goobox - CD player and ripper with GNOME 3 integration
jack - Rip and encode CDs with one command
john - active password cracking tool
john-data - active password cracking tool - character sets
libcdio-utils - sample applications based on the CDIO libraries
libjbcrypt-java - Java implementation of OpenBSD's Blowfish hashing
libming-util - Library to generate SWF (Flash) Files - Utilities
pacpl - multi-purpose audio converter/ripper/tagger script
python-musicbrainz2 - interface to the MusicBrainz XML web service
python-musicbrainz2-doc - interface to the MusicBrainz XML web service (documentation)
ripit - Textbased audio CD ripper
ripperx - a GTK-based audio CD ripper/encoder
sound-juicer - GNOME CD Ripper
streamripper - download online streams into audio files
streamtuner2 - Browser for Internet Radio Stations
tiger - Report system security vulnerabilities
tunapie - Lists audio and video streams from Shoutcast and Icecast
yaret - A console tool to turn CDs into encoded music
distmp3 - A Perl client and daemon for distributed audio encoding
morituri - CD ripper aiming for maximum quality

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smoy (author)2013-10-29

With Audials Radiotracker you can record your favorite tracks from up to 60,000 Internet radios in the correct file format and with all the tags
http://audials.com/en/how_to_record_internet_radios/internet_radios.html

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mpilchfamily (author)2013-10-29

Audacity should be able to do it for you. At worst you take the output from one PC to the input of the other and record it as needed.

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