Tuesday, March 16, 2010


I remember when I was younger and would record my favorite music off the radio onto a tape, but it has been at least a decade since I have done that. Now radio recording could be making a comeback through a Mac application called Snowtape. Snowtape allows you to record radio stations digitally and is so much better than the tapes we used to record onto because now you can edit your recordings. Each track recorded is automatically cut separately and saved to your database. People are also able to program when to record by using iCal, so no one has to miss their favorite broadcastings. It's almost like TVO for radio! Also through Snowtape, users are able to apply album artwork, making the mixes look like everything else in your iTunes library. If that isn't enough to get you interested, Snowtape also has a compatible iPhone app.

Sources: www.snowtape.com


By: Rebecca Weyhrauch

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