Pandora is a super popular, free online service that gives you access to radio stations and collections from all of the artists you love to listen to. Unfortunately for music lovers, Pandora will never let you download music to enjoy on any device. But, with Replay Music software, you can easily save music from Pandora and listen to your favorite tracks anywhere.
Here’s how to record music from Pandora with Replay Music:
Step 1: Open
Open up Replay Music on your computer. Then, select the big “Record” button.
Step 2: Play
Launch Pandora on your browser online, and open up the album or playlist you want to download.
Step 3: Capture
Replay Music will automatically start to record from Pandora, the second your music starts to play. And, that’s it! The software even automatically tags and titles your new song files, so they’re ready to import into iTunes or any other music library you like.
Replay Music is the ultimate piece of software for any music lover and collector. Get the program to record all the music from Pandora (and other online streaming services) that your collection can handle — 100% legally!
There’s something about autumn that makes us want to cozy up to a great radio program with a cup of tea and watch the leaves change. Thankfully, you can schedule and organize all of your favorites with Replay Radio. Here’s what we’ve been excited to get our ears on this month:
Serial: If you haven’t yet, do it. Released every Thursday, which you can schedule perfectly with Replay Radio , this weekly investigation into a old murder case is like watching a movie unfold, but for your ears. Perfectly tackled as a piece of detailed journalism, it makes Thursdays exciting.
StartUp: Another weekly podcast that revolves around the attempt of one journalist to bootstrap his podcast company. Yep, it’s meta and just the amount of nerdy that we love listening to. Everything from evaluations to billionaire meetings, it’s a great insight to the struggle of making it happen.
Car Talk: We were so sad to hear about the passing of Tom Magliozzi, the other side of Click & Clack. But thankfully you can relive the magic in the archives. Enjoy the laughter and learn something about automobiles, but mostly the laughter.
Doug Loves Movies: Funny-man Doug Benson hosts this gleeful gathering of celebrities and comedians to play the Leonard Maltin game: wherein a piece of Mr. Maltin’s movie review is given and guests must guess the film. Always turns into a hilarious (and fun) conversation.
Whatever you’re listening to this month, we’d love to know. Sound off in the comments below or over on Facebook about your favorite episodes and listens that are keeping you happy and warm this season!
We’ve just released an exciting upgrade to everyone’s favorite music recorder. Replay Music 7 is here! Replay Music has been a hit with customers since 2004. Allowing you to record any music you can hear on your PC. It works great while listening to your favorite streaming music service. Replay Music records each track and automatically tags it for you. It’s a great way to discover new music and add to your growing music collection.
Here’s whats new in Replay Music 7:
All new audio recording technology eliminates all system sounds for super-clean recordings.
Records and splits from sources using 4, 5, 5.1, and 7.1 channels.
Song lyrics are included in track tags.
Tag any music file on your PC by dragging and dropping into Replay Music.
No longer requires admin privileges, and no more UAC prompt.
New small interface option.
Find songs from the built in Media Guide.
Mobile friendly: Save songs directly to DropBox, Google Drive or OneDrive.
Improved album art import. Change the artwork yourself, or use Replay Music’s suggestions.