Sat Radio Recording Moves Ahead

Sat Radio Recording Moves Ahead
technology

New devices will enable music listeners to automatically record tracks from satellite radio broadcasts onto hard drives or portable music players such as the iPod. Users will be able to...

Guy Brighton
  • 6 january 2005

New devices will enable music listeners to automatically record tracks from satellite radio broadcasts onto hard drives or portable music players such as the iPod. Users will be able to pinpoint exact tracks through the software like TimeTrax. Available at the end of January, TimeTrax will enable listeners to scan satellite radio channels and record only songs by specific artists – just type ‘Billy Holiday’ and the system will monitor the stations to record a track.

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