iRecordMusic
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Record Internet audio as MP3, MP4-AAC or AIFF.   Shareware ($24.95)
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With iRecordMusic you can:
  • Record Internet audio as MP3, AAC, AIFF, Apple Lossless, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, 3GPP
  • Record in Real-Time to AAC, MP3, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC
  • Stream audio to Airport Express
  • Schedule recordings via iCal
  • Make multiple recordings at the same time
  • Tag recordings with session information
  • Add recordings to iTunes playlist
  • Split recordings manually, or automatically by time
  • AppleScript support
  • Support for audio content broadcast in:
    • RealAudio / RealVideo
    • WindowsMedia
    • QuickTime media
    • Flash Web
What's New
Version 1.6 (build 470):
  • Fixes an AppleScript issue which can cause the application to freeze.
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iRecordMusic User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 1.x:
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Libertyforall1776 commented on 07 May 2011
Please add AirPlay support please, so I can make better use of my iOS AppleTV! Thanks!
[Version 1.6]


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Eric-Garnick commented on 13 Feb 2010
When I upgraded to OS X 10.6, the scheduled recording feature of IRecordmusic stopped working (despite my updating to version 477).

*Much* more to the point, though, is the fact that IRecordmusic failed to respond to 2 separate emails (1 week apart) to their supposed 'support'. I included details of my version of OS X, my version of IRecordmusic, and the error code from IRecordmusic.

This is not the first time that they failed to respond. Lots of luck if you encounter any problem with any of their products!!
[Version 1.6]


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DrAdrienYouell commented on 15 Aug 2008
I have not yet used iRecordMusic, I must have bought it in a MU Promo. AmbrioiaSW's WireTap Studio is the soul of simplicity for sounds I want to record; not concerned about channels, waveforms etc...

I am mentioning an alternative, that's all. Adrien.
[Version 1.6 build 464]

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Xenophile replied on 01 Sep 2009
Keep up the insightful reviews! Given that you don't need to try the software, I'll expect to see you submit several hundred reviews per day. Thanks.
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ash435 commented on 18 Jan 2008
I just updated as prompted and now I'm getting no sound (and no recordings either, even though it goes through the motions). So no iPod content for me this week...
[Version 1.6 build 454]


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Leif Heflin commented on 17 Mar 2007
can't audio hijack do this and more?
[Version 1.5v49]

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Bugsman (I kill germs) replied on 21 Sep 2007
Audio Hijack does all of this, and much more.

I love the Mac community for its development of great freeware and shareware apps, but folks, you have to do your homework!

AudioHijack is way ahead of this.

Drop it, find a real niche, and then blow our socks off.
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ash435 commented on 09 Feb 2007
Current version seems to work well. Multiple muted recordings seems to record fine. Macupdate says it's PPC but it is in fact a universal application. It's well worth the registration fee if you want BBC content to listen to on your iPod at your convenience.

I haven't played with the scheduling yet but what would be really cool is if the software was able to automatically record certain programmes from the 'listen again' pages (when I happen to be online, rather than live). A bit like Podcasting, but without the required BBC commitment.
[Version 1.5v48]


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ash435 commented on 06 Jun 2006
This App is amazingly useful but not intuitive. When I select record for a while and select okay to everything, I can't then press play on the media player. The 'blob' goes orange...

Why does a second window open yet they both indicate that recording it taking place?

I tried opening multiple copies of the software but the audio streams that I recorded overlapped with each other.

Sorry if I'm being dim.
[Version 1.4v45]


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Anonymous reviewed on 11 Sep 2005
I've only begun learning this app in demo mode and found skipping on the saved audio file that was not present during the recording session. I currently suspect it has to do with my choosing the LAME encoding (to avoid creating the large, albeit temporary AIFF file). Could the CPU usage claimed in the documentation be extreme enough to cause bumps in the recording proceess, though no noticable delays to my computer-use were observed?

emac
os x 10.3.9
700 MHz G4
768 MB RAM
[Version 1.4v42]


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Anonymous reviewed on 18 Apr 2005
Thanks for fixing the issue with 10.3.4. I look forward to the Tiger compatible version soon...
[Version 1.4v36]


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Anonymous reviewed on 22 Feb 2005
Hey Dev.....
Pick a naming convention for your app,
instead of the:
iRecordMusic 1.4v34
why in the world isn't it:
iRecordMusic v1.4r34
???????
Your naming standards STINK!
The first stupid set of numbers SHOULD be all ANYONE with half a wit would EVER need.
GEEEZE....stop it already.
[Version 1.4v34]

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Anonymous commented on 16 Mar 2005
Totally! I'm glad I'm not the only one who thinks naming conventions like this are just absurd.
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Anonymous commented on 27 Apr 2005
And a "Get Info" command issued against the app shows that it is only version 1.4

Inconsistent, to say the leaast.
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Anonymous commented on 04 May 2005
While I think this versioning system is a bit silly, your tone is gratuitously rude and inappropriate. Furthermore, what does this matter? I anything, your post didn't make me think about this developer's silly version numbering, but about what an ill-bred person you were.
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Anonymous commented on 22 Aug 2005
yeah man, that's just a horrible way to deal with people. Generally, if you want to be answered and get things done you should first try the courteous and respectful approach. If you start off by attacking, you make people think and behave as if they need to defend themselves from you. What was it that bothered you so much again? Software numbering systems? Save the heat for something graver.
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Pirx had trouble on 07 Mar 2006
Demo does not seem to be importing tune names from iTunes. Also manual input does not work. Otherwise, good idea, good concept.
[Version 1.4v45]



upsdog rated on 03 Dec 2011

[Version 1.6]


Downloads:42,655
Version Downloads:6,408
Type:Multimedia Design : Audio
License:Shareware
Date:11 Jan 2010
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $24.95
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With iRecordMusic you can:
  • Record Internet audio as MP3, AAC, AIFF, Apple Lossless, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, 3GPP
  • Record in Real-Time to AAC, MP3, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC
  • Stream audio to Airport Express
  • Schedule recordings via iCal
  • Make multiple recordings at the same time
  • Tag recordings with session information
  • Add recordings to iTunes playlist
  • Split recordings manually, or automatically by time
  • AppleScript support
  • Support for audio content broadcast in:
    • RealAudio / RealVideo
    • WindowsMedia
    • QuickTime media
    • Flash Web content
    • MP3, M3U, EXTM3U streaming net radio
    • Midi Web sounds


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