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DAB/FM Radio Recording on Mac


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Hi,

I want to be able to record quality Radio on to my mac and then burn shows to CD. I have located Wiretap studio for the recording etc but is there a DAB/FM radio I can effectively plug into my Mac?

My alternative would be to buy a hard drive for my HiFi and and a DAB input.

Thanks for your help.
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is there a DAB/FM radio I can effectively plug into my Mac?
http://www.digitalradionow.com/products.php
http://www.getdabdigitalradio.com/Products/

Another thread suggested using Garage Band for recording. Also Amadeus.
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Or you can listen to it online and use RadioShift

http://www.rogueamoeba.com/audiohijack/
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For normal FM radio, Griffin's Radioshark is a nice solution...
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http://www.digitalradionow.com/products.php
http://www.getdabdigitalradio.com/Products/

Another thread suggested using Garage Band for recording. Also Amadeus.
So can any DAB Radio be plugged into your computer?
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Or you can listen to it online and use RadioShift

http://www.rogueamoeba.com/audiohijack/
Looks just what I am looking for thanks
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