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Overview: Replay Music (iTunes radio music track getting software)
Replay Music is one of the BEST best Internet music recorders. It is a unique software that can get music tracks from ANY Intenet radio station or online music service. Replay Music splits, tags and renames songs automatically. It can get music tracks no matter what streaming format or protocol is used. And it can even get audio from sound card when you don't have the Stereo Mix / Wave-Out Mix / Record What U Hear on your Windows 8, 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP. So even if you have problems recording sound on your PC, you can still use Replay Music for recording music tracks on it.
Replay Music is the BEST software for getting music from iTunes radio. It allows to split, tag and rename songs from iTunes radio automatically. It can also put all your recorded music tracks into the appropriate folder and even add them into iTunes, so you may sync your recorded music collection with Apple iPhone, iPad, iPod.
Unlike many other iTunes radio Internet music recorders, it gets music directly from iTunes radio, so you don't get any background noise or any audio from your sound card besides music tracks from iTunes radio.
How to use Replay Music to get music tracks from iTunes radio and other online music services:
Download Replay Music (iTunes radio Internet music recorder) and install it.
Launch Replay Music (iTunes radio Internet music recorder)
Select the "Settings" button.
On the "Input" tab choose the folder to store your recorded music tracks.
iTunes radio recorded music tracks will be placed into the folder after getting.
On the same tab, choose the "Windows Audio Driver" as the "Input Source" in Windows 7 and 8 (choose the "Audio Driver" in Windows XP). This option allows you to get music tracks from audio card without any background noise and sounds. It also allows you to get audio on sound cards like Realtek, Sigmatel that doesn't have the Stereo Mix / Wave-out Mix / Record What U Hear option. It is recommended that you turn off Windows system sounds.
On the "Output" tab change the "File name format" if you like to get music track into another format. You can use the "%A - %T" template, so that your MP3 recorded music tracks look like "artist - title.mp3".
On the same tab choose "Record to MP3" and change the bit-rate to 192kbps or 256kbps (you may also choose lower bitrate for lower quality streams or higher bitrate for higher quality streams). Also select the "VBR" (variable bit-rate) for better quality and smaller filesize.
Close the Settings window.
Note that you need to change the Settings only once.
Start iTunes radio and find a music track or playlist that you want to get. But don't start playing yet.
Note that you need to start Replay Music before iTunes radio.
In Replay Music hit the "Start Recording" button (green "START" button). The Start Recording Session dialog will appear.
Optionally enter "Artist", "Album".
Change other settings if needed.
If you want your recorded music tracks to be added to iTunes automatically, check the "Add tracks to iTunes" checkbox. Then you will be able to sync your recordings with Apple iPhone, iPad or iPod easily.
If you want your recorded music tracks to be added to Windows Media Player automatically, check the "Add tracks to Windows Media Player" checkbox.
Select the "OK" button.
Start playing music from iTunes radio.
Replay Music will get your music tracks from iTunes radio. It will also split them, tag and name automatically.
If Replay Music didn't manage to find ID3 tags (artist,title,...) for a song, you can right-click on the recording and select "Tag track(s)" to try to identify the music track again.
You can also edit music tracks manually by hitting the "Edit Track(s)" button.
Enjoy your MP3 recordings on any player!
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This web-site is not affiliated with iTunes radio (apple.com), nor the company that owns the trademark rights to iTunes radio. This tutorial is provided for educational purposes only. All Internet music recorders are intended for use as a personal archiving tools only. Please respect the rights of the copyright holders of any material you get. If you like a stream you've recorded, please buy the music file! Our web-site is not intended to be a replacement for the music stores, rather it allows you to listen to music and make an educated purchase.