How to record, download and capture music from Sky.fm™
Sky.fm™ music recorder Audials Tunebite records your favorite music from Sky.fm
Sky.fm™ protects its music from being downloaded using a specialized process. Audials Tunebite Premium lets you get these songs in spite of this by simply recording via the soundcard.
The process is decidedly simple. Audials Tunebite Premium records exactly what you hear in your speakers and identifies individual songs via an audio fingerprint, so that these songs appear neat and tidy in your player with the song titles attached.
|Learn step-by-step how to record and download music from Sky.fm™|
|Start Audials Tunebite Premium.|
|Switch to the “Save music” view located in the “Streaming” section.|
|Click “Audio/Music recording” and then choose “Sound Recording into tracks” in the window that appears. Audials will now record any sound made by your computer.|
|Open Sky.fm in your browser and play the music that you would like to record.|
|Please ensure that no other sounds are made while the music is being played (avoid e-mail and chat sounds).|
|In the “Save music” view Audials creates a list with all the music files that are being played.|
|The files are recorded, identified and converted. The progress is displayed next to them, in the list.|
|The completed files are then displayed in the Audials playlist on your right hand side.|
|If some files have been incorrectly named or tagged, you can add tags manually by selecting the file, right clicking on it and choosing “Open Edit Tags dialog”.|
|You can now play the files with Audials or drag and drop them into another application or Windows Explorer to export them.|
Sky.fm™ is an Internet radio network offering a variety of channels for your enjoyment. It is owned and operated by Digitally Imported Inc out of New York (USA), and yet maintained by various talented individuals located all over the world.
Sky.fm™´s radio channels are produced by music lovers and for music lovers, and much of the work put in is a labor of love. Sky.fm™ is the second brainchild of Digitally Imported. The first being "Digitally Imported Radio" or DI.fm which is a separate sister radio network specializing in electronic music since the start of the year 2000. Sky.fm™
Music from Sky.fm is copyrighted. Any redistribution of it without the consent of the copyright owners may be a violation of the law in most countries, including the USA. Audials AG is not affiliated with Sky.fm™, nor the company that owns the trademark rights to Sky.fm™. This page is provided for compatibility purposes only, and in no case should be considered an endorsement of Audials Software products by any associated 3rd party.