Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Free and Legal Music for the Kiddies!!!

There are allot of you out there that love music, but don't want to get a knock on the door by the RIAA or any other government officials. Well by using a program that captures streaming media. You can in essence capture music off of the internet for free. The two applications below allow you to capture high quality streaming music or any other audio that is played over internet radio. Best of all it is just like if you were to record a radio program with a cassette tape, like in the old days. So it is not illegal ;)

RipCast builds and organizes your MP3 collection with an easy to use interface. An integrated web browser allows you to browse for the type of music you like, and then you are fed one song after another from the genre and station you choose. Poor quality streaming audio is a thing of the past. Most of the popular broadcasters deliver CD quality digital streams. From techno to jazz to hip-hop or from rock to classical to pop. RipCast gives you access to a wide array of music tastes and genres from which anyone can download music they enjoy. Check it out here

Total Recorder
Total Recorder records streaming audio, Mic input, Line-in input as well as CDs and DVDs. The resulting files are saved on your computer's hard-drive. The system also allows users to schedule any number of future recordings! Check it out here.

Both programs are under 15 bucks, and well worth it considering you will never have to buy another CD again ;) Well only blank ones!



No comments: