The problem about recording Internet radio can be easily solved using the following ways that are discussed below. Both of these methods will be utilizing audio recorder that will work regardless of the operating system that you have.
Free ways to record Internet radio for Windows
When we talk of Windows OS, the best way for us to record radio from Internet is by using the built in recorder that Windows have. Just key in the Sound Recorder at the search bar at the start menu, and the recorder will pop up. Choose the audio track that you want and hit the Record button to begin with the recording. The problem with this program is that it is too basic and some modification with the way it records cannot be modified.
Apowersoft Free Online Audio Recorder
Moreover, the next program that can be use in a Windows OS is a more sophisticated streaming radio recorder which is the Apowersoft Free Online Audio Recorder. From the name itself, this tool provides a web based stream recorder that is free of charge. Unlike the Windows built in recorder, this program enables you to make some adjustment before recording.
To use this program all you need to do is to launch the recording tool from its web site, and choose which audio source you will use for your recording. Simply go to the program and press the Audio Input menu, from there you are given a choice to use Microphone, System sound, or both. Once done, the next step is to search for an Internet radio streaming that you want to grab, then go back to the tool and click Record; this will immediately start the recording so you must synchronize it with the audio track that you want to get for a better recording output. Apowersoft Free Online Audio Recorder also has a built in audio converter which is necessary if you want to have a different audio file format.
The Internet radio that is also known as web radio or streaming radio is an audio service provider that transmits its service through the World Wide Web. It is now being patronized by many people since this kind of service brings in a more continuity when it comes to the quality of the audio track. Unlike the traditional radio that relies on frequencies and waves, this cannot be altered depending on one’s signal and location. Just like the traditional radio stations, internet radio also provides its users with a massive collection of programs that they can listen to. This huge collection increases the number of users that demand for a download of these programs.
Our radio ministry, Radio Voice of The Cross (RVC) has both (many) traditional broadcasts and internet streaming.