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KellyClarksonTV

Jan 1, 1970
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Do you like to record songs off the radio? Earlier this year I discovered you
can connect your stereo to your computer's Line-in and record MP3's off the
radio. Since learning this I have had my computer record 24/7. There's so many
things recorded I still have lots to sort through! Anyways, as of today I have
thousands of MP3's I "siphoned" from the radio in this fashion. Has anyone
tried this? It's the easiest way to steal music!
 
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Karl Uppiano

Jan 1, 1970
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KellyClarksonTV said:
Do you like to record songs off the radio? Earlier this year I discovered
you
can connect your stereo to your computer's Line-in and record MP3's off
the
radio. Since learning this I have had my computer record 24/7. There's so
many
things recorded I still have lots to sort through! Anyways, as of today I
have
thousands of MP3's I "siphoned" from the radio in this fashion. Has anyone
tried this? It's the easiest way to steal music!

Radio stations pay a hefty licensing fee to broadcast that material. It
covers whatever use the listeners put it to. If you don't mind the jocks
talking over the intros and cross-fading songs, not to mention hiss, static
and interference, plus dynamic range compression, limiting and whatever
other damage the station decides to inflict on their sound, you're welcome
to record it. We did it all the time when I was in high school. Of course we
used tape recorders (computers hadn't been invented yet).
 
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