Replay Music - Capture and save online music as MP3; Pandora, any online music source
applian tech (offsite link)
Type: Shareware. Free to try, $19.95 to buy.
I love online music, especially Pandora but I'm not always connected. Sure I can
listen to the same old MP3's that I've heard a million times but I'm addicted to
hearing the new stuff that online music sources exposes me to. Wouldn't it be
great to capture it and save it for later replay.
Replay Music does just that. It's your computer's DVR for online music and works
incredibly well. Anything that goes through your sound card can be captured and
saved as an MP3.
Setup is easy; Replay Music sits there in the background and captures each song
and saves it in high quality MP3 format automatically tagged with the artist,
song title, album and genre. It works with any online music source including
Napster, Rhapsody, Yahoo Music, AccuRadio, Pandora, Urge and Myspace.
Replay Music will capture each track as a separate MP3 file. I did have to do a
bit of "blank space" adjusting with Pandora as it combined a couple of songs but
it didn't make more than a couple of adjustments before it worked perfectly. Now
when the laptop is offline I can plug in the headphones and use my MP3 player
just like I was connected.
I've tried them all, nothing stacks up against Replay Music for online audio
Unlike other files in the PCNet library the download is at an offsite link. The
demo allows you to capture 25 songs. I certify that it is spyware and malware
free and if you don't like it you can easily remove it via the add/remove applet
(and keep the 25 MP3 files).