Mass recording by category

Navigate to a station category, such as a genre or country, and have Audials One's Mass recording feature record multiple stations in parallel. Mass recording provides you with a lot of new music, fast.

Step-by-Step: Mass recording by category

  1. In the navigation, click Radio.
  2. Optional: Set the output format to Universal (MP3/MP4).
  3. Navigate to the category you would like to record.
    For example one of the following:
    • Click Genres, scroll to e.g. Pop (...) and choose Pop general (...).
    • Click Favorite stations (...).
    The Mass recording (...) button label indicates in parentheses what will be recorded.
  4. Click Mass recording (...).
    The Mass recording dialog opens.
  5. Choose settings for Mass recording.
    1. Define how or when to stop the recording.
    2. Limit the number of station to record from or use bandwidth.
  6. Click Start mass recording now
    Audials One selects stations from the current category, and starts recording.
  7. Optional: To see all currently recored stations, click , and below Genres click Recording stations (...).
    Symbol Description Meaning
    Green arrow Recording is running.
    Yellow arrow

    Recording starts as soon as the next, complete song begins.

    If the station keeps showing a yellow arrow : The station's recordability is not sufficient for automatic song cutting.


After a few minutes, Audials One finishes recording the first songs. All recorded files appear in the Player.

Limiting the amount of recorded files

Automatic recording of music can use up a lot of hard disk space. By defining a Job, you can limit automatic recording. Recording jobs serve to automatically stop recording after e.g. a certain time or amount of files.

Step-by-Step: Limiting the amount of recorded files

  1. In the navigation, click Radio.
  2. Open settings for recordings.
    • Settings for normal recordings: Click Job....
    • Settings for mass recordings: Click Mass recording (...) to open the mass recording dialog.
  3. Select the type of limitation.
    For example, select Data limit.
  4. Select a limit value.
    For example, select 300 MB.


The recording processes stop when the set limit is reached (in the given example, after recording 300 MB of data).