Last.fm™ to MP3

How can I record Last.fm™ music streaming to MP3 audio file?

With this step-by-step description you can record music from Last.fm™ with the Last.fm™ recorder for your personal use as MP3 file for PC, smartphone, tablet, apple iphone and ipad.

1) Install and Start the Last.fm™ Recorder Tool

Download for free the Windows software and install Audials Tunebite Premium without any registration. Start Audials Tunebite Premium and switch to the “Save Music” view located in the “Streaming” section. Select e.g. MP3 as the desired audio file format from “Format” on the downside of your screen.

2) Click the Recording button and play back the music at Last.fm™

Now click on “Audio/Music Recording” and in the dropdown-menu that appears, click on the tile "Select recording tool“. Then choose "Sound Recording into tracks" and go to last.fm to play back the music that you would like to capture. In the “Save music” view Audials creates a list with all the music files that are being played.

3) Record Last.fm™ Music and save as MP3

The Last.fm™ audio streaming is automatically recorded and the music saved as single MP3 files. That's it!

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About Last.fm™

Last.fm™ is a music service that learns what you love... Every track you play will tell your Last.fm™ profile something about what you like. It can connect you to other people who like what you like - and recommend songs from their music collections and yours too.

When you recommend some music to a friend, or you tag it, or you write about it - even just listening to it - you shift the song's importance on the site. It'll be recommended to different people, because you've listened to it. It'll move up our music charts and maybe more people will hear it because you thought it was good.

Back in the 20th Century, Felix Miller and Martin Stiksel were running an online record label whose mission was to get independent music out to the people who wanted to hear it. A few years later, university student Richard Jones started tracking what he and his friends were listening to on their computers with a project he called Audioscrobbler. Last.fm™ brought these ideas and desires together. Luckily, these days it's about letting people choose the music themselves - rather than subjecting the world to Felix's music taste (or we'd all be listening to Elvis and Japanese surf garage). Last.fm™ has always been about making music culture more democratic: everyone listening to music how they want to, when they want to. Without a middle man making your decisions for you.

Please note

Music from Last.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 Last.fm™, nor the company that owns the trademark rights to Last.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.