☉ Record PC audio and online music like YouTube, AOL Music, Last.fm, etc.
☉ Record Mic and any other built-in input audio.
☉ Schedule music recording with Recording Task Scheduler.
☉ Automatically add music tags like artist, album, cover, etc.
☉ Edit recorded music tags manually, manage recordings, etc.
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Leawo Music Recorder allows you to easily record audio from any built-in input audio, computer stream audio and online music, and then save in MP3 or WAV format. It could help you get music for free, from any music source. It could record streaming audio and online audio like YouTube, AOL Music, Last.fm, etc.
Not only recording music and audio, this music recording software could also automatically download and add music tags like artist, album, album artwork, song title, etc. to recordings. It even allows you to edit these music tags manually. You could apply recorded music files to iTunes music library in only one click for sharing and enjoying. This audio recorder user guide would show you how to record online audio and how to record streaming audio.
After kicking it off, click the "Audio Source" icon on the main interface to set audio source firstly. To record online audio and record streaming audio, select "Record Computer Audio" option. To record audio from built-in input audio like Mic, click "Record Audio Input" option.
Click the red "Start" button to let this Music Recorder work. And then click to play source audio files. It should be noted that you first let this music recording software start recording and then play your source audio.
If you need, you could use the Task Scheduler for recording. Click the “Recording task scheduler” icon on the bottom-left corner to call out the Task Scheduler, where you could set the recording start time and duration. This is suitable especially to record FM radio audios.
The program would automatically download and add music tags to your recordings. But if you need, you could still edit music tags manually. In "Media > Library" tab, you could see all your recordings. Select a recording and right click, then choose "Edit Music Tags" to manually edit music tags.