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Recording Soundcloud Streams

Discussion in 'Geek - Computers - Gaming - Gadgets' started by ScottBentley, Apr 30, 2010.

  1. ScottBentley

    ScottBentley TRIBE Member

    Is there a way to rip a Soundcloud stream (question mark)

    Since it is an embedded player, I haven`t found any way to achieve this. Admittedly though, I`m not the most technical of blokes.

    *yes, the download link is definitely disabled for the audio in question ;)
     
  2. Subsonic Chronic

    Subsonic Chronic TRIBE Member

    There are definitely apps out there that will let you record whatever sound is being outputted by your computer, but I don't know the names of any offhand.
     
  3. glych t.anomaly

    glych t.anomaly TRIBE Member

    when i am playing stuff online that you cannot download, and i have something like CS Soundbooth open, i can record whatever i am listening to.


    so anything that will record the output, as long as you dont mind diminished quality.

    [jai]
     
  4. Sal De Ban

    Sal De Ban TRIBE Member

    sound card output routed back in thru the input. just dont be monitoring it on the same channel (BZZZSSHHHH)
     
  5. Dr. Grinch

    Dr. Grinch TRIBE Member

    Fairstars recorder will easily let you dump whatever is playing on your machine into an MP3 file, and then cut it too.
    It's pretty idiot proof.
    You can find cracked copies of it easily.
     
  6. ScottBentley

    ScottBentley TRIBE Member

    cool. Thanks for the advice boys!
     
  7. clara

    clara New Member

    Soundcloud Download

    Soundcloud Download website works like recorder and ripper in one.
    Check it before you start downloading any cracked / virused software.

    Hope that help.
     
  8. loopdokter

    loopdokter TRIBE Promoter

    The stream buffers in your cache somewhere. I can't remember where offhand, but you should just be able to grab that file and you're off to the races.
     

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