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Apowersoft Streaming Audio Recorder is a powerful audio recording software with a wide range of editing and conversion capabilities. With it, you can record any audio playing on the computer (for example, streaming music from an internet website, online live shows or internet radio broadcast). You can also record sound from a microphone or any other audio devices that plug-into your computer. Apart from recording audio from computer, this Streaming Audio Reorder can also work as an ID3 tags identifier. It can automatically get the ID3 tags information like title, artist, album, genre and release year for your music file. Of course, if it failed to get the correct ID3 tags, you can add or edit ID3 tags manually with its inbuilt ID3 Tag Editor. And with its Schedule Tasks function, you are able to set any scheduled tasks at a time that is most convenient for you. Once preset the Start and End time, the application will run in the background of your computer automatically when the condition is triggered. Apowersoft Streaming Audio Recorder also provides the built-in audio converter. It supports converting audio files between any popular audio formats: MP3, WMA, WAV, AAC and OGG. Besides, it's also equipped with smart audio editor that helps you to edit any part of the audio file by cutting, pasting or deleting. Entertainment is another indispensable feature of this audio recorder. It supports the ability to listen to thousands of live radio stations directly on the application; you can enjoy the fun brought by listening to the latest music and the radio from various genres. Anyway, Streaming Audio Reorder can be seen as a good option for recording system sound or voice through microphone. As it's not only favored by the new learners for its simple and clear interface, but also welcomed by professionals for its high-quality and professional recordings.
Price USD39.95
License Free to try
File Size 21.88 MB
Version 4.2.3
Operating System Windows 10 Windows Windows 8 Windows 2003 Windows Vista Windows XP Windows 7
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