How to record Yahoo Music

Last updated on May 6, 2012 by , Posted to record audio

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Yahoo! Music, owned by Yahoo!, is the provider of a variety of music services, including Internet radio, music videos, news, artist information, and original programming. Since 2008 Yahoo no longer operate its online music subscription service known as Yahoo Music Unlimited. All customers switched to Rhapsody music service. Yahoo! Music Radio was introduced in 2001 with free and premium accounts, but was replaced by CBS ad-supported (many ads can be skipped) radio stations in 2009. In addition, Yahoo music is one of the best website where you can watch all the latest and cool Music videos. There is a great collection of 1000s of music videos from all of your favorite artists online for free.

The latest version of LAUNCHcast uses Flash-based audio player, so you have no easy way to download yahoo music for free. You can listen to all songs on yahoo music for free but you are not able to download them. One of the best programs to record Yahoo Music is a Yahoo Music Recorder. It is a great way to capture radio stations or sound from music videos so that you can listen on the portable player.

After the installation of Yahoo Music recorder, you can now make some adjustments to the setting. Open recorder settings and select output folder for recorder radio programs and output audio format. More likely, you will use MP3 format for portable devices due compatibility reasons.

Visit Yahoo! Music, open the music you want to record and start playback.

After you have followed the instructions, the software you installed will start recording the radio program.

Following the steps listed above will surely help you to have a smooth and successful recording of your favorite programs on Sirius Radio and iTunes Radio.

On February 4, 2010, Yahoo! Music Radio banned users outside the U.S. from streaming online radio. An error message points to Last FM. "We're sorry, this station is unavailable from your current location. Instead, enjoy listening to"

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