FREE MP3 songs: How to record streaming music from the web





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Published on Nov 24, 2008


Replay Music is a great way to record streaming music from the web.

In this howto video you will learn:

1.) How to Record High Quality MP3 songs from online radio and music subscription services.
2.) How to Automatically Split and Tag Individual MP3 songs.
3.) How to Turn Music Videos into Mp3 files.
4.) How to record/capture/save streaming music from the web

Replay Music is a unique streaming music recorder that captures MP3 songs from any online streaming source. Every song is saved on your PC as a high quality MP3 file, automatically tagged with the artist, song title, album and genre, and perfectly separated into individual tracks. You can even burn songs directly to CDs, or copy them to your iPod or MP3 Player. Plus, it's incredibly easy to use. What a great way to discover new music!

Unlike other music recorders which just work with a few ShoutCast radio stations, Replay Music is the ONLY program that works with high quality online radio stations, music videos, MySpace and popular subscription music services. Works great in Windows Vista too!

Download FREE demo of Replay Music to record 25 MP3 songs for FREE:

Applian Technologies takes copyright laws very seriously. They believe strongly in Fair Use. Here is what they say:

The laws are simple: When recording or converting media, please do not redistribute it to other people. This will keep you out of trouble. To read more about the legality of the Applian Products please go to http://www.applian.com/legal.php


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