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Sunday, May 27, 2007

How to Record Streaming Music and Audio (Pandora, Last.fm, Microphone, etc.)

MP3 My MP3 is a very simple recorder that lets you record anything you can hear on your computer and save it to MP3 format. This means that Internet radio stations like Pandora and Last.fm are easily recordable even though they don't offer the option. You can also use it to record sounds from your microphone as well as Skype conversations.

If you don't see an option like "Wave Out" or "Stereo Mix" among the audio recording choices when you start MP3 My Mp3, the software might not work for you. Some sound cards don't support this sort of internal audio routing, but you might be able to bypass this limitation.

Just feed your audio output to your audio input by connecting a sound cable between your speaker and microphone ports. Then select microphone as your audio source.

Once you've selected an audio source, follow the simple directions on the site to set up your recording.


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