Convenience features for Save music

Convenience features like double-speed recording and audiobook mode make recording from streaming services easier and faster to do.

Figure 1. Availability of convenience features
Site / Tool Accelerated recording Monitor volume Audiobook mode Ad filter
Amazon, Deezer - yes yes yes
Napster 2x yes yes yes
Spotify 2x yes yes yes
YouTube - - - yes
Direct recording into tracks - - - yes
Sound recording into tracks - yes - yes
Continuous sound recording - yes - yes
Figure 2. The recording window for a streaming service

Double-speed recording

With the double-speed recording option, you can accomplish recordings in half of the normal time.
Restriction: This convenience feature is available only for certain streaming services. See Figure 1.

Monitor volume

Adjust the volume for listening while recording, or mute the volume if you don't want to listen to the running recording, with the monitor volume controls in Audials One's recording window.
Restriction: This convenience feature is available only for certain streaming services. See Figure 1.

Audiobook mode

With the optimized recording option for audiobooks, the recording will not be cut into several tracks because of longer breaks or pieces of silence.
Restriction: This convenience feature is available only for certain streaming services. See Figure 1.
Tip: Select between Music or Audiobooks mode before starting to play an audio piece. Once Audials One has detected audio content and started recording, the set mode is applied and cannot be changed, until you stop the recording session.

Ad filter

Many music services play short advertisement and teasers between songs. Audials One recognizes such ads and highlights them. Optionally, you can avoid saving the ads to your media collection.

To change the settings for highlighting and avoiding ads, click in the recording list toolbar.