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I know there are quite a few programs out there that can record internet radio on a Mac. However, few of them can schedule a recording.

There is one radio show I continually try to catch, but I am never by my computer when it is playing. I would like to find some software that would allow me to time the recording to start and end with the show in question.

Disclaimer: My interest is strictly personal, not commercial.

Snowtape doesn't work on my current version of OSX (10.7.5). All the others I have found don't have a schedule feature or are not supported on this version of OSX.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Snowtape has OS X 10.6.8 as a minimum requirement and so should work with your 10.7.5 installation. What fails there?

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Snowtape has OS X 10.6.8 as a minimum requirement and so should work with your 10.7.5 installation. What fails there?
Raz0rEdge: It crashes before it can fully launch. I tried twice to download and install on different days and get the same results.
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Is this the newest version of Snowtape? I got Snowtape through a bundle and while I never use the app, I know I've launched it on Mavericks and it loads fine..

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Is this the newest version of Snowtape? I got Snowtape through a bundle and while I never use the app, I know I've launched it on Mavericks and it loads fine..
It should be -- it's straight from Vemedio's website: http://vemedio.com/products/snowtape
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Are you using iTunes Radio or the old Internet stuff in iTunes?
If the latter try Radiolover. Download RadioLover for Mac - Convert streaming audio into MP3's. MacUpdate.com

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Are you using iTunes Radio or the old Internet stuff in iTunes?
If the latter try Radiolover. Download RadioLover for Mac - Convert streaming audio into MP3's. MacUpdate.com
Neither, I'm using an authorized third-party website to catch a local FM broadcast over the Internet: WRCNFM - Triton Digital Standard Live Radio Player

I'll try RadioLover and let you know if it works. Also open to any other suggestions anyone else has.
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I've used Audio Hijack Pro for this though I have not used it for that recently. It has the ability to schedule recordings and will grab just about any sound source the Mac can handle. It's $32.00 US at they moment but well worth it IMHO.

There is a demo of the program available on the page I linked to above. You might also find these links helpful:

http://www.rogueamoeba.com/audiohija...kProManual.pdf

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kkx7Rx1qI5g

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