How to download BBC Radio audio to iPod on Mac?
For some people, listening BBC radio every day is a pretty good way to improve their english level. For others, they can get the news immediately over the world via BBC radio. However, most of us don't have the regular time to listen to our favorite program everyday because of the busy time schedule. Therefore downloading the radios from BBC to enjoy it on iPod is a wise idea.
Since the BBC radio are only available by BBC Radio Player and there is no direct links to download the radios as an M4A file or other formats, recording seems to be more clever than downloading. With the Wondershare AllMyMusic for Mac, you don't need the audio converter to convert the recorded files to be compatible with your media players anymore.
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Step by step to record radio from BBC on Mac
Step one, Setting recording format
Install the audio recorder on your computer and launch it. As we known, M4A audio files can be played properly in iPod. So we choose "Preferences" option from the menu bar to set M4A as the output format as first.
Step two, Download BBC radio
Click "Record" icon before visiting BBC website to listen your favorite radios. The program will detect the audio and record it automatically. You can see the program begins to record in the audio spectrum. Hit on the "Record" button again to stop recording.
Step three, Identify recordings information
In Library, all the recorded files are listed in the panel. You will see there is an "Identify" icon, click it to get the details of recording like artist, album and genre automatically. You can also select to edit each tag, making your stylish playlist.
By now, you can open the folder to get the M4A recorded files. If you forget the destination, just go to the "Preferences" from menu bar to see the location. Most portable devices like iPod, iPhone, iPad and more support M4A files. Therefore, you can import these recorded files to the players so that you can listen it anytime on the go as you like. Absolutely, you will need the help of TransPod for Mac to transfer them to iPod properly.
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