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    I run some ads on my site that claim such a thing as well as recording audio streams over the internet. They supposedly find the breaks in the music & seperate the songs.

    Try this ( I get like 10 cents if you buy it )
    http://www.jdoqocy.com/click-1966385-10363532

    I can't click on it to see the actual site, so thats all I can give you.
    Hope that helps

    Don

    P.s. Also let me know if it's any good.
    Tivo for radio... even with the Bopp Boop Boop Boop sound ??

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    I'm working on coding this into Road Runner for my XM radio. The main feature I want is for a simple button, that when pressed stores the current song or whatever (with title and information) to a XM folder on my hard drive. It's going to take some coding, but maybe using some winamp plugin's I can speed up the process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XxAndyxX
    I'm working on coding this into Road Runner for my XM radio. The main feature I want is for a simple button, that when pressed stores the current song or whatever (with title and information) to a XM folder on my hard drive. It's going to take some coding, but maybe using some winamp plugin's I can speed up the process.
    I've had almost this for a year. It got so handy that I added one for FM, too. Now since I'm becoming addicted to Internet radio, I may have to add one to the audio player skin next. Mine saves the MP3 using date/time or sequencial numbering which works for me for now.

    What I'd really like to have is like some of the old (run out of town by XM) freeware programs that would allow you to record the whole song regardless of when during the song you hit the button. I remember one program that did this would save the MP3 as "title - artist.mp3" and automatically shutoff at the end of the song -- all in the background.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don 944 LA
    Tivo for radio... even with the Bopp Boop Boop Boop sound ??
    Took me about 30 minutes to figure out what in the hek you were talking about... Give me a break -- I use the comcast DVR, no cool sounds.
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