Incomparable Streaming Audio Recorder User Guide

The Genius Streaming Audio Recorder provides you 1-click way to record diversiform online music sources like YouTube Music, Spotify, Pandora, Apple Music, Google Play Music, Deezer and others. Just follow up the step by step user guide to get free music right now.

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Part 1: How to Record Audio from Any Online Music Resource

Step 1: Launch the Streaming Audio Recorder.


Step 2: Click the red audio recording icon on the left top of the Streaming Audio Recorder interface to enter the audio recording function and you will see the “READY” word appearing.


Step 3: Play the music or audio you like on your computer. The audio can be the online music, radio, streaming audio or streaming video and so on. For example, you can open a music website on the browser of your computer and play any music from it, or open your music player on your PC to play the music one by one. Since it starts the Streaming Audio Recorder recording the audio.

The Streaming Audio Recorder will record all the audio that played on your computer automatically.


Step 4: When the song is recorded on your computer, the Streaming Audio Recorder will automatically fix id3 tags for you.


And after the recording, you can click on the “Newly Recorded” option on the left of the interface to view your recorded songs.

Part 2: How to Set “Fix ID3 Automatically” Function

The Streaming Audio Recorder can automatically fix id3 tags for you, because usually the default setting is “Automatically”, but you can also change the setting if you don't want it to fix id3 automatically for you during the audio recording. Let's set the optional function as the following steps.

Step 1: Launch the Streaming Audio Recorder on your PC. Then find the setting icon on the right-top of the program interface and click on it. Now you can see three setting options offered, choose the “control” option, then you can see an option item as “Auto-identify ID3 info” at the bottom of the interface. Now tick the front box of the option and then click on “ok” button to open this function and save this setting.


Part 3: How to Edit ID3 Manually

After the songs be recorded, you can also edit the id3 tags by yourself. Refer to the following steps:

Step 1: Put the song you want to edit to the program, then click on “edit” icon on the right side of the song information

Step 2: Select which information of the tag item you want to edit, and then change the information


Once the information is edited by you, just click your mouse at any blank place. The Streaming Audio Recorder will save the information automatically.

Part 4: How to Create Ringtone

Step 1: Launch the Streaming Audio Recorder and click “All Recordings” option on the left side of the interface. Then all the recorded audios will be listed in the center window. Select which track is the one you want to make as the ringtone.

Step 2: Open the Ringtone-making panel by clicking the ring icon on the right of song's title, or simply click the song you choose, then you can see the “Make Ringtone” option to open the Ringtone-making panel.

Step 3: Set the ringtone duration by stretching or shorten the blue and white bar in the audio channel. The forward line of the bar is the ringtone starting time, and the afterward of the bar is the end time of the ringtone.


Step 4: Once you have set the ringtone duration, you can preview the audio which means you can listen to the splitting audio piece you just made. If you are satisfied with it, you can click on “Save” button at the bottom to save this ringtone. If not, you can edit the ringtone duration again until you are satisfied. Once you choose to save the ringtone, a window will pop up to ask you to set the output format of the ringtone and saving location:


Part 5: How to Create Playlist

Step 1: Simply click on the “+” icon at the left bottom of the software program.

Step 2: The playlist name is “New Playlist 01” by default, you can double-click on the playlist name and type the playlist name as you like.

Step 3: Add songs to the playlist: click on the “All Recordings” button on the left side of the interface, and then right click the tracks, and select the “Add to Playlist” option then select which playlist is the target playlist that you want to add tracks into, click on it to choose. Then you can find the song in your playlist.


Part 6: How to Remove Ads

Step 1: Click on the Remove Ads icon which locates on the bottom of the software program, then the “Remove Ads” window will pop up.

Step 2: Decide which Ads types you want to remove like “less than 20 secs” or “less than 40 secs”, and then click on “Remove” button to set it.


Part 7: How to Add Recordings to your iTunes Library

To add a track to your iTunes Library,¬†simply right click the track and you will see there are several options offered such as “add to iTunes”, “select all tracks on the current playlist”, “add to a new playlist”, “delete tracks” and “open the track's containing folder”, etc. Here you choose “add to iTunes” option.

To create a ringtone, simply click on the bell icon nearby the audio title in the playlist. After the click, a bitmap of the track will be open by the program, so now you can edit and decide the ringtone duration as you like with ease.

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Part 8: How to Do Streaming Audio Recorder Setting

Step 1: Find out the setting icon on the right top of the Streaming Audio Recorder interface, and click on the icon to open the setting window.

Step 2: Click on the “General” option, then you can change the default settings like change the recordings output location, language, software update the frequency, and hide the floating window for your program.


Step 3: Click on the “Control” option, you can set the splitting time duration, auto-remove function that duration less than 5 or 3 seconds, whether you use the automatically ID3 fixing function.


Step 4: Click on the “Format” option, you can set the output format for the ringtone. If your device is an iOS system iPhone, make sure you select “.m4a” as the ringtone format; if it's an Android device, just select “mp3” format.