Record Internet Radio
Do you want to play online radio stations and record their music to mp3 tracks? If yes, RadioGet is what you are looking for!
RadioGet is a great program that plays online radio stations and records their music to mp3 tracks. With over 25,000 free web radio stations out there, you can listen to music of almost any genre and flavor while recording it to your hard drive.
Step 1. Customize Settings
First of all you need to configure RadioGet Settings according to your needs. To open RadioGet Settings please click "Settings" button in the program window.
Specify a folder where you want RadioGet to save all your recorded radio.
You can check or uncheck feature to record tracks automatically when playing radio.
Also you can select actions when you close the RadioGet window.
The settings will apply to all downloads that start after you click “OK” in the settings window.
Step 2. Selecting web radio stations
The right pane of RadioGet (All Radio Stations) will search radio stations that broadcast music of the genre you specify. Select a genre from the drop-down list or enter a genre and press Search to find the top 25 stations that broadcast music of this particular genre. Right-clicking on a radio station will show the context menu for it. Here,you can add the radio station to favorites, mark it as junk, record and play it.
Right-clicking on a radio station will show the context menu for it. Here, you can add the radio station to favorites, mark it as junk, record and play it. The context menu affects all selected stations (in case you select more than one)
Step 3. Listening and recording Online radio to mp3
RadioGet can record multiple stations simultaneously into mp3 files, and each files contains a single song. These mp3 files will be named and tagged according to their title and artist. The mp3 files are sorted into appropriate folders. This is great for accumulating entire collections of mp3 tracks of various artists and genres.
You can start recording music off of a radio station by clicking on the red circle next to its title. Once recording has been started, clicking on this icon again will stop the recording. Similarly, clicking on the blue triangle will start playing the radio station, while clicking again will stop playing. Stations that are being recorded are displayed in brown. The station that’s currently playing is displayed in blue.
Would you like to quickly start recoding several radio stations of a specific genre? Just press the Auto Record button on the left side of the main window. You will then be prompted for the genre and the number of stations to record simultaneously.