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RadioCatch Web Radio Recorder

User Guide

Record Online Music

RadioCatch Web Radio Recorder is the best online music recorder which allows you to record music from any online music sites like Grooveshark. You can easily record any music you hear online. Now, enjoy the recorded online music on your music player!

Grooveshark is an internationally online music search engine, music streaming service and music recommendation web software application, allowing users to search for, stream and upload music free of charge that can be played immediately or added to a playlist.

1. Click the Grooveshark button on the toolbar to launch it (). Enter the song or artist you want to find into the search box () & click "Search" button to search it ().

Launch Grooveshark and find the song you want

2. The searching results will be listed. Click the "Play" button before each song and a built-in player will start buffering to the song ().

Play the selected song

3. Click the "RadioCatch" button () to activate the online music recorder. Click "Show Mixer Window" button () to choose "Line In" from the "Recording Mixer" dropdown list (). Then, select proper recording device (). Adjust the volume () and balance ().

Launch online music recorder & set recording device/source

4. Click "Options" and a window is activated (). In "General Settings" area (), you can specify an output format among MP3, WAV, WMA and OGG (). Click "Settings" to use the well-configured presets or specify the configuration parameters to adjust the recording quality (). Click "Change" to select an output folder (5). It also has the ability to name the recorded file automatically by date and time ().

Output settings

5. Click "Start Recording" to start recording (). To stop the recording, click "Stop Recording" (). The recorded sound will be directly output to the output folder & listed in the file list with detailed information like filename, location, time, duration & size (). You can play the recording with the built-in player ().

Start recording