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ZBomber
08-10-2005, 05:57 PM
Does anyone know if I can record audio of this site?
http://www.q107.com/

They are going to play the Stone's concert tonight on their radio, and since I don't live in Toronto, I can't hear it. So I need your help.

Anyone know if I can record from their broadcast on the site? (At the top, click "LISTEN LIVE"). Is there a program that does this? Is the only way to hook a microphone up to my PC and just record that way? Are there any Swampies in Toronto who could tape this off the radio? I would PAY for this! Please help.

Kjølen
08-10-2005, 06:05 PM
If you can listen to it through Winamp, you can usually save the output to a WAV or MP3, if you fiddle around in the options.

El Sitherino
08-10-2005, 06:11 PM
streamripper.

shukrallah
08-10-2005, 06:18 PM
You could just shove a mic up to your speakers and hit sound recorder. The problem is you have to make sure the volume is right and everything is set up properly, or the quality will be crap. You only have one shot at working this though. Or, maybe it will be saved in your internet cache?

Mike Windu
08-10-2005, 06:46 PM
Would there happen to be a streamripper compatabile with cdzinc.com? >_>(WMP streams)

ZBomber
08-10-2005, 07:02 PM
Yeh, this is a WMP stream too.

BTW - When I put my mic toward the direction of my speaker, I get nasty feedback. Streamripper doesn't have the radio satation I need.

Tyrion
08-10-2005, 07:39 PM
Yeh, this is a WMP stream too.

BTW - When I put my mic toward the direction of my speaker, I get nasty feedback. Streamripper doesn't have the radio satation I need.

Although I haven't found a solution yet, I do have an idea on what might need to be done. The music will still be played on your computer in real time, right? It will have to be a digital signal being sent to your sound card to be processed in analog, right? You could record(I forgot how) whatever sound is being sent to your soundcard in real time, which would in theory capture the rolling stones in good quality. That's the way people get past Protected WMP music, actually.

But I'm still looking for a way to capture it online. And as long as you find a way to download it, Zed, you better send it to me. :p

Edit- Oh, ye have to love me. (http://all-streaming-media.com/site-archive/capture-streaming-video-and-audio/record-streaming-video-windows-media.htm)

ZBomber
08-10-2005, 07:44 PM
Oh, I'll get this concert for sure. ;) I'll post a link here once I do, if its ok with the moderators.

Does anyone know how to do what Ty was talking about?

Tyrion
08-10-2005, 07:45 PM
Oh, I'll get this concert for sure. ;) I'll post a link here once I do, if its ok with the moderators.

Does anyone know how to do what Ty was talking about?

Check my edit. I think I found solutions.

Anthony
08-10-2005, 08:40 PM
Heck if I know, but if you're using fiirefox you might wanna try going to the webpage with the media/music on it and right click- view page info. Then go to the media tab and find the file playing the music.

It might work for other things, not sure about this though.

Astrotoy7
08-11-2005, 06:51 AM
something that came with my Roxio CD/DVD creator called audiocentral allows you to record and tweak anything your soundcard can process. Ive used it to edit stuff captured on an old DAT recorder...Im sure theres free equivalents around

mtfbwya

Tyrion
08-11-2005, 09:23 AM
So were you able to record the concert, Zed?

ZBomber
08-11-2005, 01:01 PM
Yes...and no.

I downloaded one of the programs you gave, and did record, but instead of saving what I recorded, it just saved a file that connected to the radio station. However, I also set a mic up next to my speakers on my downstairs computer.


They didn't even PLAY last night's concert. It was some concert WAY back in 2002, and the DJ made it sound like he was at the one in Toronto. Everyone at the Rolling Stones forum I went to was so pissed off, everyone (hundreds of people) wrote hate-mail and called their station for like 3 hours.