You can find very cheap ones or you might already have one Depending on your radio's output connections you might be able just to plug it into your sound card on your PC and use the built in Windows sound recorder. Depending on the format you record in, you may have to do some format conversions if you plan to use it in a regular CD player For "voice" quality e.
Again, you may have to do some format conversions. Another alternative is to connect a stereo receiver to the audio input on your computer sound card and capture to your hard drive, then edit and record to CD. Andrew Jackson: "It's a poor mind that can only think of one way to spell a word. I am interested in recording radio program by the computer. Moving On (Radio Edit) - James - Moving On (CDr) addition, can the radio be recorded as MP3 into the CDR directly so the disc can carry more songs?
Does your computer have a line in jack on the audio card? If both answers are YES then you just need a cable to connect the two. What program do you have to record with? At kb you'll get less then half that amount of time. Similar Threads How do you capture record your videos device? By johns0 in forum Polls. Replies: 15 Last Post: 18th May Set default audio device in VLC from 5. Moving On (Radio Edit) - James - Moving On (CDr) Xenogear in forum Software Playing.
Replies: 3 Last Post: 28th May By ginetti in forum Media. I record radio to casette tape and play it in my car while sitting in traffic. I have used a ReplayTV since and enjoy using the skip commercials feature, so now I do the same with radio I've recorded by hitting FF through the commercial breaks.
I would like to switch to using CD's to record radio, but so far have run into various obstacles that make it very inconvenient, like ending up with hundreds of files that have to be converted from one format to another. Does there exist some simple way to record 4 hours of radio on a CD or DVD and just pop it into the player and go?
Rob Babcock Moderator. Sure, it's relatively easy, depending upon the hardware you have. The simplest method would be to use a standalone CD recorder and connect it to your tuner or receiver.
Most car decks I've seen will play back MP3 or WMA files, which would easily allow you to cram several hours of music on one disc at acceptable quality for car use. Why do you want to use radio? I can see the appeal if you have access to stations that play a wider variety of music than you yourself own, but it seems to me that physically hitting the FF button to skip commercials would be very cumbersome.
You can edit them out as you record them, but that's not a Moving On (Radio Edit) - James - Moving On (CDr) elegant solution, either. Not possible, I guess. I have copied cd's to mp3 files for use on an mp3 player, and I agree, it IS easy.
The question was whether or not it is possible to record radio to CD's, and based on the dearth of information on the subject it is looking less and less likely that it is ever going to happpen. I'll just have to stock up on casette tapes before they become extinct!
Thanks anyway. Half Fast Enthusiast, Moving On (Radio Edit) - James - Moving On (CDr). Some of the same music format splintering evident in the United States occurred in Germany and in other former Eastern bloc states, including Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic. Educational broadcasts remained a strong part of most public-service systems, many of which provided in-school programs for primary and secondary classroom use.
By the last two decades of the 20th century, American radio was presenting two seemingly opposite trends to listeners. Program variety appeared to increase as more stations competed for listeners and each strove to sound different while seeking to retain its existing audience. At the same time, however, a number of radio formats declined or vanished entirely. Former regional differences also diminished, making American radio sound much the same no matter where one listened.
Critics attributed such lack of diversity to the trend toward station-ownership consolidation. Religious-format stations which had existed since the early days of radio also greatly expanded in number, with hundreds of evangelical broadcasters becoming a major economic force in the radio industry by the s. By the turn of the 21st century, more than 2, stations offered some form of religious programming, 65 percent of them broadcasting one of more than a dozen varieties of generally conservative or evangelical Christian music.
A growing number of stations especially AM focused on news and talk programs. Although all-news formats were expensive far more so than merely playing recorded musicsuch stations did extremely well in large markets after the first ones aired in the mids. At the same time, a growing number of stations dropped news and public-affairs programming entirely, devoting themselves exclusively to music or talk formats. In large cities, most listeners could tune elsewhere for news, but some smaller markets offering fewer choices suffered.
Such programs continued to thrive despite decades of competition from broadcast television and increasing competition from cable TV and the Internet. Such syndication of popular national figures surged as cost-cutting diminished the variance that once characterized small- and medium-market morning programs.
Increasingly, radio stations in all but the smallest markets operated 24 hours a day, at least some of the time on an automated basis—in which live announcers are replaced by scripted recorded chat and song introductions—to match the changing lifestyles of their Moving On (Radio Edit) - James - Moving On (CDr). Provisions of the Telecommunications Act of caused more dramatic changes, chiefly by allowing the growth of huge chains of stations.
Additionally, single owners could, after years of being forbidden to do so, own up to six or eight stations in larger markets, often programmed to appeal to different audience groups. About a dozen formats were recognized in radio in ; the number had increased threefold, if not more, by the turn of the 21st century.
The once-dominant Top 40 format, for instance, splintered into as many as 30 subformats. In the late 20th century, Latin American radio continued to expand its offerings.
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