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    Question Recording on-demand MP3’s…

    Kind of newb question, but I’m considering one of those on-demand MP3 services which gives you access to listen to virtually any genre of music via their software however does not allow you to save the “streamed” files locally for off-line (carputer) use.

    Is it possible to capture your audio feed perhaps and write the music to MP3?

    Any comments would be appreciated…

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    absolutley I used to use cool edit to do so. you just set it to record wave in or you off of your master volume
    if you use master (or wave for that matter) just make sure all other noise making programs (IMS) are turned off

    theres probably better software out there now but thats the old school way i used to do it
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