Friday, September 21, 2018

Record Streaming Audio Easily with SoundTap

How to Record Streaming Audio

There are many different reasons why you may want to know how to record streaming audio on your computer. Learning how to record streamed audio will allow you to record and save audio from VoIP calls, videos, internet radio, and more. With a simple audio stream recording software such as SoundTap Streaming Audio Recorder, you can easily record any audio playing on your computer.

Install SoundTap

First, you will have to install SoundTap Streaming Audio Recorder onto your computer. This install requires that you restart your computer after downloading so that SoundTap can use your computer's audio driver to record audio playing on your computer. After your computer has rebooted, you will see SoundTap opened on your desktop.

Set the Output Destination & File Type

Click on the Options button in the program to open the SoundTap options window. Here you can select where you would like to save your streamed audio recordings. You can also set your desired output format for your audio files. Once you are finished adjusting your settings, click OK.

Find an Audio source to Record

Locate the streaming audio source that you would like to record on your computer. SoundTap can record a variety of internet streamed audio, such as internet radio, audio from videos and audio from Voice over IP programs such as Skype. Any audio that can be played on your computer can be recorded with Soundtap. Open the application or file that you would like to capture the audio from on your computer.

Record Streaming Audio

Click on the button that says Start Recording to begin recording streamed audio on your computer. While SoundTap is recording, the program will record any audio that is playing on your computer. If you would like to record audio from your computer's microphone in addition to the audio playing on your computer, simply check the box that says "Also record from microphone."

Export & Save

When you are finished recording your streamed audio, simply click the button that says Stop Recording. Your audio file will be saved in the default location that you set earlier. Click on the Find & Play button to launch the Find and Play Recordings window. From here you can listen to your recordings, see where they are saved, or save them to a new location by clicking the "Save As" button.

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