How to Rip Pandora Music

I believe most people would think that downloading music from the internet is a laborious job also includes me, I am an ardent fan who always rips music from some free online music websites like Pandora, but every time when I begin to rip Pandora music, it always causes some troubles. I do not know how to figure it out, then I try to find a way that can help me make it without any effort. I cannot imagine that I can finally work out. Yes, it was because of Streaming music recorder that I can rip Pandora radio, surprisingly I even can rip songs off Pandora with great ease, I am so happy with it, this software just costs a little, so I think it deserves that. Just some few steps that we can get Pandora download.

1. All you need to do is install this program, just follow the instructions to get things done.
2. After this, you can go to the Pandora website, and then find the right music for playing. Before this, you need sign up for a free Pandora account.
3. Just rip music from Pandora now, please turn to “record” button, then right hit “on" button, it rips music from Pandora radio automatically.
4. If want to end it, you just record “off" button.
5. That's it, you rip Pandora music successfully.
6. One thing I want to remind of you is that you can directly save your music files to WMA, MP3, OGG, WAV etc. Just make a few settings of recording.

Yes, that’s the thing. With Streaming Music Recorder, it could not be more simple. This is the best time that I experience the convenience and simplicity. Moreover, there is still far more to be done. For instance, after you rip Pandora radio, you can convert them for your devices iPad2, iPod, iPhone4 and PSP etc. If you please, you can also burn your music files to your home CDs or car CDs so that you can enjoy the pleasure of music at any time and any place. You won’t distress yourself about how to rip Pandora music.

In my view, it is definitely a good and cool software, I just want to get something interesting and effective to share with everybody, hope you will like it. I guess you won’t disappoint at this. Ok, just have a try for this, take your favorite music from Pandora. It is not that tough. Just download this application now.



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    2 years ago

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    3 years ago on Introduction

    edward2011 likes getting free music and who knows what else. "Rip," as in "rip-off," is a good term for taking stuff of value that you didn't pay for. Sounds like shoplifting to me. Let's just call it theft.

    Maybe edward2011 works every day for free. Maybe he doesn't have to pay for utilities or car repairs or shoes, so he doesn't need to be paid for his work that benefits other people.

    Way to go edward2011! You are a classy & lucky guy. It's like magic, yes?

    2 replies

    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    Open your eyes any business that has control to get this music on the air is ripping you off, the musicians off and anyone else that they can. Pirates are not the enemy here...your pointing the finger at the wrong people but that's what "they" want you to believe is that the "little guy" is the enemy so you will help fight their wars.


    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    Who is "they" and "the little guy" and the "enemy?"

    Why do you think there is such a thing as a free lunch in this universe?

    Apparently you've never been self-employed and responsible for supporting yourself and your family with income that you receive as a result of your creative work.

    I've been a self-employed software developer for 15 years, which isn't unlike being a musician. I get an idea, followed by a blank piece of "paper" and I make something available that others may find valuable.

    I know that you have no idea how many thousands of hours and thousands of dollars are required (up front, mind you, before the first sale) to get from the blank page to a product that is useful and can be distributed.

    Who do you think pays for the equipment and the floorspace and all the other expenses required to make something out of nothing? I do! ("them" in your terminology.)

    I'm not ripping anyone off. I'm just a Joe trying to make a living doing something that I like and am pretty good at, which also benefits others. I need to be paid for my work and you, if you find value in my work, should be willing to pay in exchange.

    The last time I checked (kidding) Intel wouldn't give me a free motherboard, Western Digital wouldn't give me any new HDDs, and Martin wouldn't give me a new D-28 guitar because I was such a nice guy.

    There are no free lunches in the universe. Decent people understand that and behave accordingly.


    3 years ago on Introduction

    Just followed instructions and downloaded and its spam, they want $60 buck to do more then 3 songs.


    7 years ago on Introduction

    While you are signing up for the free Pandora account, pay particular attention to item 3 in the terms which reads in part...


    You agree that you will not:

    3.1 use the Pandora Services to reproduce copyrighted materials;

    3.2 copy, store, edit, change, prepare any derivative work of or alter in any way any of the tracks streamed through the Pandora Services;

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    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Hello, thanks for your comment. Well, we just use this software to record pandora music for personal entertainment, but not distribute them in any form. Besides, we can say it is legal to record streaming audio. So do not worry that you will violate the music copyright if using.


    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    If you reread the Pandora agreement, it does not allow music to be recorded for personal use. The personal use you are thinking of is for CDs that you have purchased. Sometimes you are allowed to make one copy to back up your original.

    Note also that just because you say it is legal, it is not legal and you can be fined for theft. One of my neighbors got sued by the music industry for copying 34 songs. Her fine is over $200,000. Seems a little outrageous to me, too. She was 17 years old when they sued her.  She will be paying this off the rest of her life. 


    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for sharing, I have Pandora's agreement in a stack of a million agreements that I plan to read. First I need to download some good music to get in the mood to read them though. Don't be naive, its all business, you think Pandora is 100% ethical? I doubt it.


    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    To the record companies, I say bring it on. They sue average people for ridiculous amounts, and they sued limewire for 75 trillion USD, 13 trillion more than exists in the world. after all that they treat artists like crap and destroy the very industry that has made them all their money. short of going 1984 on us, they'll never stop pirating on a large enough scale to mean anything. To quote Humungus, "just walk away." preventing pirating is a pipe dream.


    5 years ago on Introduction

    There is a free, open source alternative that works for as well. It's called iRadio Capture 2.0, google it.

    Please note that this is trial software and cannot record more than 3 minutes of Pandora unless you pay for the software. I deleted it, as I did not think it was worth $39.99.

    Although this is technically illegal, due to the terms of use referenced by Dchall8, the fact of the matter is that it has not been challenged in court. My guess is that a) the court would take into account that you are recording the stream for personal use only, and b) the case would be similar to the early video taping cases, where the courts found that recording copyrighted materials for personal use or personal archives does not violate copyright as it does not infringe on the copyright holders ability to sell the product and make a profit. I'm not a lawyer, but it would be nice to have one comment on this.


    6 years ago on Introduction


    Library--I think it's ok to record material you've checked out, and it helps reinforce the artists' popularity in the library system.

    Buy songs thru a listener-sponsored website, it helps out the station.

    Used CDs n vinyl.

    At least sign up for Pandora's paid service, it's REALLY cheap. Doesn't make it any more legal.