Music Software for computers
When it comes to music on the Internet, you have two legal choices: you can stream
tracks, or you can purchase them as individual downloads.
Replay Music can record streamed songs from most applications,
break them into individual files (either as WAV or 128- to 320-Kbps MP3 files) and
even tag them with the correct song and artist info. It does this by taking a digital
fingerprint of a song and comparing it with the information stored in its central
The program works with a variety of streams, including those from Napster, Rhapsody
and Musicmatch that require a subscription. Replay also has built-in CD-burning
controls, and it can burn CDs or send tracks to iTunes automatically.