Hacking Radio on the Mac
Subject:   Audacity for recording
Date:   2004-12-12 18:58:02
From:   cmang
One audio app I'm surprised you didn't mention was Auacity, a free and open source audio recording and editing program. It's available for OS X, supports mp3 recording (using the free LAME encoding library), has a number of editing features (enough to record and manipulate radio through line-in), and is supported on other platforms such as Windows and Linux.
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  • Audacity for recording
    2005-02-25 19:09:49  davidabernethy [View]

    The extra piece you need to couple RealPlayer to Audacity is Jack Tools 0.4 available at (currently on index4.html) This redirects the sound output from realPlayer to Audacity and allows you to make an mpg or other sound file from a BBC realaudio stream with no proprietary software.