RadioRecorder lets you take a record of your favorite internet radio stations.
RadioRecorder supports any number of scheduled recordings that can be active simultaneously. Pick up an existing recording from the list at the top. New, Delete, Save and Revert buttons work as expected. The first time you run the program, or if you delete all your recordings, a new one will be automatically created.
You need to fill in a URL of the radio station. The easiest way to do this is to drag a radio station track from iTunes to the RadioRecorder window. Otherwise, type the http:// URL of the station. If you enter the information manually, don’t give the location of m3u, pls, asx and so on files. Instead, download the file, view it with a text editor and manually enter URL of the actual stream.
RadioRecorder will normally add its recordings to iTunes music library and the playlist you specify. Type a playlist name in the approporiate field (it will be created if necessary). If you leave this field blank, the files will be just left in Music/Radio Recorder folder of your home directory and not added to iTunes library.
Mp3 files use lots of disk/iPod space. You can set the number of recordings that RadioRecorder will keep before deleting the oldest one. This setting only applies to recordings left in their original playlist. To save a particular one, just delete it from the playlist and optionally add it to other ones. If you left the playlist field blank, or if you are splitting recordings into individual songs, this option has no effect.
Some internet radio stations send titles of the songs they play to their users. In this case, you can choose to save each song in a separate file rather than one large file for the whole recording. This allows you to arrange your favourite songs in any order you want later. If the station doesn’t send track titles, this checkbox has no effect. Make an experiment to find out.
RadioRecorder is free and recording can be scheduled. More info and download link here.