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Capture Internet radio

From: MalcolmO
Sent on: Saturday, February 27, 2010 10:20 PM
OK! This is really, really cool. Something I've long wanted, have had 
(with mixed results), and now seems to be in really great shape.


NOW THEN, if I could just get software to remove hiss, pops and crackles 
in digital recordings of analog media AND to cut out tracks (or clips) 
from longer pieces of audio.

As the kind of guy who's ready to go to a little trouble rather than 
spend some money, I'll be downloading and installing Soundflower. But I 
must admit, the commercial software looks great and is quite inexpensive.
"They should know they're the Grateful Dead now." -- Phil

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