How to Record Music from Radio to PC?

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What would you do when you need to record an audio that is currently getting broadcasted on the live playing radio station? Well here’s a remedy for this concern. So, to do this task you need to download a software called Wondershare TunesGo which going to assist you to record music from radio to PC.

Wondershare TunesGo is one such exemplary software which permits you to transfer and record music. When there comes a case wherein you can’t download your favourite music from the iTunes or YouTube or from anywhere else, the next thing you can opt for it to record the music to yourself and save or store them in your PC by following this handy tutorial.

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Record Music from Radio to PC using TunesGo

Step 1. Starting to Record from Radio

The very first thing you need to do to start recording your music tracks from Radio. To know how to record music from radio, jump to the – From Spotify/streaming to iTunes guide. Simultaneously download, install and run the Wondershare TunesGo software at your background PC.

tunes go interface

Step 2. Find the “Recorded” Folder to get Songs.

When you enter the main interface of Wondershare TunesGo software, click on the “recorded” option present below the “iTunes Library” on the left side of the main interface.

tunes go recording

Step 3. Selecting the Songs.

After the second step, you will get a big list flashing on your screen which shows all the recorded songs. From this list, you must now select those recordings which you want to transfer to your PC.

tunes go selection

Step 4. Final Transferring Step.

When done with selecting the recordings, click on the “export” option followed by “export to my computer” present on the top menu bar of TunesGo. After this, select a destination for your recordings to be saved and wait till the “transfer successful” notification appears on your screen.

tunesgotransfer

Wasn’t it motile to record music from radio to PC using Wondershare TunesGo software. Follow this tutorial and let us know your point of view in the comment section.

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