Mp3myMp3 Free Sound Recorder saves audio directly to mp3 file.
If you can hear it you can record it!
Mp3 my Mp3 Sound Recorder is free software that can record internet radio and save to mp3 or wav. Record from any source. Rip Vinyl, rip CD's, batch rename, create playlist and more.
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Windows 7 compatable
Screen Shots / Features
Mp3myMp3 Recorder in detail
Get set up and recording from any source quickly and easily. Recording from your sound card with MP3 my MP3 means you can record or sample sound from streaming audio or video on the internet, record Skype calls for business, create MP3’s from Vinyl, easily create ringtones from any source and much more.
Record streaming audio while you are away from your computer.
Convert your CD ROMs to MP3 format.
Uses the infamous L.A.M.E encoding engine.
Rename sound files efficiently, playlists are automatically updated!
Stop and start recording sessions with one click.
Turn on silence detection to automatically stop and start recording a new file. Excellent
for recording Vinyl records to MP3.
Play list creation
Name and save recordings as play lists to keep your sound collection organized by date,
theme, artist, event.
“Always on Top” mode
Minimize the recorders desktop footprint and set it to always on top mode so that you have quick and convenient access to record.
Make the recorder your own by customizing the skin to your own taste.
Installer / Uninstaller
Simple install/uninstaller included
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