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  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 www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/audio/ (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.