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  1. Audials One 10.2.30900.0 Eng + Key AudialsOne application will search, with the help of the Radiotracker network , on over 14.000 web radios for specific hits that you wish to have and records them as MP3 files. Furthermore, using AudialsOne you can also listen to web radio stations or download from the internet, with full bandwidth, thousands of music tracks. AudialsOne = 6 Tools:AudialsOne provides you around the clock with free MP3 wish music from internet radio stations, allows you to play copy-protected music tracks and video clips on your mobile player, populates the ID3 tags, album cover artwork and lyrics you need to create a complete music collection and entertains you with podcasting and your own, free customized cell phone ring tones. MP3 music for free -wish, record - all done!AudialsOne searches with the help of the Radiotracker network on over 14.000 web radios for specific hits that you wish to have and records them as mp3 files. You can also listen to web radio stations or download from the internet, with full bandwidth, thousands of music tracks. Legally remove copy protection from purchased music and video:AudialsOne legally removes copy protection from DRM protected WMA and M4P music files, M4B / AA / AAC audio books and WMV / M4V video files with the approved Tunebite technology by recording them while they are being played and then saving the new audio files as MP3, WMA, OGG or WAV and the video files as WMV, MP4 or for mobile devices in MPEG-4 format with the help of the integrated 3ivx encoder. Here are some key features of "AudialsOne": Website: http://audials.com OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7/8 Language: English Medicine: Key Size: 60,45 MB
  2. By DAVID E. SANGER and THOM SHANKERJAN. 14, 2014 The headquarters of the National Security Agency at Fort Meade, Md. We do not use foreign intelligence capabilities to steal the trade secrets of foreign companies, an N.S.A. official said. Jim Lo Scalzo/European Pressphoto Agency WASHINGTON The National Security Agency has implanted software in nearly 100,000 computers around the world that allows the United States to conduct surveillance on those machines and can also create a digital highway for launching cyberattacks. While most of the software is inserted by gaining access to computer networks, the N.S.A. has increasingly made use of a secret technology that enables it to enter and alter data in computers even if they are not connected to the Internet, according to N.S.A. documents, computer experts and American officials. The technology, which the agency has used since at least 2008, relies on a covert channel of radio waves that can be transmitted from tiny circuit boards and USB cards inserted surreptitiously into the computers. In some cases, they are sent to a briefcase-size relay station that intelligence agencies can set up miles away from the target. President Obama spoke to reporters before a cabinet meeting at the White House on Tuesday morning. Mr. Obamas speech on spying guidelines is scheduled for Friday. The radio frequency technology has helped solve one of the biggest problems facing American intelligence agencies for years: getting into computers that adversaries, and some American partners, have tried to make impervious to spying or cyberattack. In most cases, the radio frequency hardware must be physically inserted by a spy, a manufacturer or an unwitting user. The N.S.A. calls its efforts more an act of active defense against foreign cyberattacks than a tool to go on the offensive. But when Chinese attackers place similar software on the computer systems of American companies or government agencies, American officials have protested, often at the presidential level. Among the most frequent targets of the N.S.A. and its Pentagon partner, United States Cyber Command, have been units of the Chinese Army, which the United States has accused of launching regular digital probes and attacks on American industrial and military targets, usually to steal secrets or intellectual property. But the program, code-named Quantum, has also been successful in inserting software into Russian military networks and systems used by the Mexican police and drug cartels, trade institutions inside the European Union, and sometime partners against terrorism like Saudi Arabia, India and Pakistan, according to officials and an N.S.A. map that indicates sites of what the agency calls computer network exploitation. Whats new here is the scale and the sophistication of the intelligence agencys ability to get into computers and networks to which no one has ever had access before, said James Andrew Lewis, the cybersecurity expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington. Some of these capabilities have been around for a while, but the combination of learning how to penetrate systems to insert software and learning how to do that using radio frequencies has given the U.S. a window its never had before. No Domestic Use Seen There is no evidence that the N.S.A. has implanted its software or used its radio frequency technology inside the United States. While refusing to comment on the scope of the Quantum program, the N.S.A. said its actions were not comparable to Chinas. N.S.A.s activities are focused and specifically deployed against and only against valid foreign intelligence targets in response to intelligence requirements, Vanee Vines, an agency spokeswoman, said in a statement. We do not use foreign intelligence capabilities to steal the trade secrets of foreign companies on behalf of or give intelligence we collect to U.S. companies to enhance their international competitiveness or increase their bottom line. Over the past two months, parts of the program have been disclosed in documents from the trove leaked by Edward J. Snowden, the former N.S.A. contractor. A Dutch newspaper published the map of areas where the United States has inserted spy software, sometimes in cooperation with local authorities, often covertly. Der Spiegel, a German newsmagazine, published the N.S.A.s catalog of hardware products that can secretly transmit and receive digital signals from computers, a program called ANT. The New York Times withheld some of those details, at the request of American intelligence officials, when it reported, in the summer of 2012, on American cyberattacks on Iran. President Obama is scheduled to announce on Friday what recommendations he is accepting from an advisory panel on changing N.S.A. practices. The panel agreed with Silicon Valley executives that some of the techniques developed by the agency to find flaws in computer systems undermine global confidence in a range of American-made information products like laptop computers and cloud services. Embracing Silicon Valleys critique of the N.S.A., the panel has recommended banning, except in extreme cases, the N.S.A. practice of exploiting flaws in common software to aid in American surveillance and cyberattacks. It also called for an end to government efforts to weaken publicly available encryption systems, and said the government should never develop secret ways into computer systems to exploit them, which sometimes include software implants. Richard A. Clarke, an official in the Clinton and Bush administrations who served as one of the five members of the advisory panel, explained the groups reasoning in an email last week, saying that it is more important that we defend ourselves than that we attack others. Holes in encryption software would be more of a risk to us than a benefit, he said, adding: If we can find the vulnerability, so can others. Its more important that we protect our power grid than that we get into Chinas. From the earliest days of the Internet, the N.S.A. had little trouble monitoring traffic because a vast majority of messages and searches were moved through servers on American soil. As the Internet expanded, so did the N.S.A.s efforts to understand its geography. A program named Treasure Map tried to identify nearly every node and corner of the web, so that any computer or mobile device that touched it could be located. A 2008 map, part of the Snowden trove, notes 20 programs to gain access to big fiber-optic cables it calls them covert, clandestine or cooperative large accesses not only in the United States but also in places like Hong Kong, Indonesia and the Middle East. The same map indicates that the United States had already conducted more than 50,000 worldwide implants, and a more recent budget document said that by the end of last year that figure would rise to about 85,000. A senior official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said the actual figure was most likely closer to 100,000. That map suggests how the United States was able to speed ahead with implanting malicious software on the computers around the world that it most wanted to monitor or disable before they could be used to launch a cyberattack. A Focus on Defense In interviews, officials and experts said that a vast majority of such implants are intended only for surveillance and serve as an early warning system for cyberattacks directed at the United States. How do you ensure that Cyber Command people are able to look at those that are attacking us? a senior official, who compared it to submarine warfare, asked in an interview several months ago. That is what the submarines do all the time, said the official, speaking on the condition of anonymity to describe policy. They track the adversary submarines. In cyberspace, he said, the United States tries to silently track the adversaries while theyre trying to silently track you. If tracking subs was a Cold War cat-and-mouse game with the Soviets, tracking malware is a pursuit played most aggressively with the Chinese. The United States has targeted Unit 61398, the Shanghai-based Chinese Army unit believed to be responsible for many of the biggest cyberattacks on the United States, in an effort to see attacks being prepared. With Australias help, one N.S.A. document suggests, the United States has also focused on another specific Chinese Army unit. Documents obtained by Mr. Snowden indicate that the United States has set up two data centers in China perhaps through front companies from which it can insert malware into computers. When the Chinese place surveillance software on American computer systems and they have, on systems like those at the Pentagon and at The Times the United States usually regards it as a potentially hostile act, a possible prelude to an attack. Mr. Obama laid out Americas complaints about those practices to President Xi Jinping of China in a long session at a summit meeting in California last June. At that session, Mr. Obama tried to differentiate between conducting surveillance for national security which the United States argues is legitimate and conducting it to steal intellectual property. The argument is not working, said Peter W. Singer of the Brookings Institution, a co-author of a new book called Cybersecurity and Cyberwar. To the Chinese, gaining economic advantage is part of national security. And the Snowden revelations have taken a lot of the pressure off the Chinese. Still, the United States has banned the sale of computer servers from a major Chinese manufacturer, Huawei, for fear that they could contain technology to penetrate American networks. An Old Technology The N.S.A.s efforts to reach computers unconnected to a network have relied on a century-old technology updated for modern times: radio transmissions. In a catalog produced by the agency that was part of the Snowden documents released in Europe, there are page after page of devices using technology that would have brought a smile to Q, James Bonds technology supplier. One, called Cottonmouth I, looks like a normal USB plug but has a tiny transceiver buried in it. According to the catalog, it transmits information swept from the computer through a covert channel that allows data infiltration and exfiltration. Another variant of the technology involves tiny circuit boards that can be inserted in a laptop computer either in the field or when they are shipped from manufacturers so that the computer is broadcasting to the N.S.A. even while the computers user enjoys the false confidence that being walled off from the Internet constitutes real protection. The relay station it communicates with, called Nightstand, fits in an oversize briefcase, and the system can attack a computer from as far away as eight miles under ideal environmental conditions. It can also insert packets of data in milliseconds, meaning that a false message or piece of programming can outrace a real one to a target computer. Similar stations create a link between the target computers and the N.S.A., even if the machines are isolated from the Internet. Computers are not the only targets. Dropoutjeep attacks iPhones. Other hardware and software are designed to infect large network servers, including those made by the Chinese. Most of those code names and products are now at least five years old, and they have been updated, some experts say, to make the United States less dependent on physically getting hardware into adversaries computer systems. The N.S.A. refused to talk about the documents that contained these descriptions, even after they were published in Europe. Continuous and selective publication of specific techniques and tools used by N.S.A. to pursue legitimate foreign intelligence targets is detrimental to the security of the United States and our allies, Ms. Vines, the N.S.A. spokeswoman, said. But the Iranians and others discovered some of those techniques years ago. The hardware in the N.S.A.s catalog was crucial in the cyberattacks on Irans nuclear facilities, code-named Olympic Games, that began around 2008 and proceeded through the summer of 2010, when a technical error revealed the attack software, later called Stuxnet. That was the first major test of the technology. One feature of the Stuxnet attack was that the technology the United States slipped into Irans nuclear enrichment plant at Natanz was able to map how it operated, then phone home the details. Later, that equipment was used to insert malware that blew up nearly 1,000 centrifuges, and temporarily set back Irans program. But the Stuxnet strike does not appear to be the last time the technology was used in Iran. In 2012, a unit of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps moved a rock near the countrys underground Fordo nuclear enrichment plant. The rock exploded and spewed broken circuit boards that the Iranian news media described as the remains of a device capable of intercepting data from computers at the plant. The origins of that device have never been determined. On Sunday, according to the semiofficial Fars news agency, Irans Oil Ministry issued another warning about possible cyberattacks, describing a series of defenses it was erecting and making no mention of what are suspected of being its own attacks on Saudi Arabias largest oil producer. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/15/us/nsa-effort-pries-open-computers-not-connected-to-internet.html?partner=rss&emc=rss&smid=tw-nytimesworld
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    RadioGet Ultimate 4.4.9.1

    RadioGet Ultimate 4.4.9.1 Eng + Crack Listen to your favorite music from over 25,000 internet radio stations. With a powerful tool like RadioGet it’s easier than ever, and fun, too. Select the genre or your preferred station to start listening and recording immediately. RadioGet tags and sorts all the tracks automatically. The music is recorded with no quality loss for your best enjoyment. And of course it's legal. Save a wealth of money by getting all your favorite songs with RadioGet, only at the cost of the program. RadioGet will record music from web radio stations automatically. Just select the genre and you are set. Select specific artists and RadioGet will record only their music as soon as it airs on any web radio station. You will expand your media library tenfold in no time! Using the auto record function will work like a breeze. Turn it on and let it work in the background. RadioGet will record the songs of just about any genre known to human race. Your hard drive will be packed with great music till it explodes! RadioGet allows you to record your favorite songs and listen to them whenever you want in the future. Better yet, with this program you will discover great new music! Features: Listen more than 25,000 Internet radio stations;Record your favorite music for free;Discover new genres;Autorecord function. record without any loss of quality;Look for stations by genre;Record music from several stations at once;Record music to mp3 files;Record music by artist nameWebsite: http://radioget.com/ Year: 2013 Platform: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 Language: Eng Tablet: Crack Size: 10,75 MB
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    Audials One 11.0.46200.0

    Audials One 11.0.46200.0 AudialsOne application will search, with the help of the Radiotracker network , on over 14.000 web radios for specific hits that you wish to have and records them as MP3 files. Furthermore, using AudialsOne you can also listen to web radio stations or download from the internet, with full bandwidth, thousands of music tracks. AudialsOne = 6 Tools:AudialsOne provides you around the clock with free MP3 wish music from internet radio stations, allows you to play copy-protected music tracks and video clips on your mobile player, populates the ID3 tags, album cover artwork and lyrics you need to create a complete music collection and entertains you with podcasting and your own, free customized cell phone ring tones. MP3 music for free -wish, record - all done!AudialsOne searches with the help of the Radiotracker network on over 14.000 web radios for specific hits that you wish to have and records them as mp3 files. You can also listen to web radio stations or download from the internet, with full bandwidth, thousands of music tracks. Legally remove copy protection from purchased music and video:AudialsOne legally removes copy protection from DRM protected WMA and M4P music files, M4B / AA / AAC audio books and WMV / M4V video files with the approved Tunebite technology by recording them while they are being played and then saving the new audio files as MP3, WMA, OGG or WAV and the video files as WMV, MP4 or for mobile devices in MPEG-4 format with the help of the integrated 3ivx encoder. Here are some key features of "AudialsOne": Website: http://audials.com OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: English Medicine: Key Size: 53,32 MB
  5. File: RadioSurePortable_2.2.1042_Multilingual.paf.exe Format: PortableApps.com Stealth: Yes Dependencies: None Compatibility: Windows XP with Service Pack 2 and newer. CRC32: 4A013E3A Size: 5.47 MB (5,744,397 bytes) Languages: Arabic, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Georgian, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Occitan, Polish, Portuguese, PortugueseBR, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, SimpChinese, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Taiwan, Thai, TradChinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese. Synopsis: there are other Internet radio players.. but being a freeware enthusiast.. i've been a long time user of RadioSure. Im familiar with how it works.. and it's capabilities. At one time.. this is freeware. But since version 2.2.. it's become payware. I prefer RadioSure over others due to the light footprint and small size. CHANGELOG (Revision 1) - major - Thanks to WRonce for providing a valid serial! CHANGELOG (Revision 2) - minor - updated Activation.txt to reflect valid serial more accurately. Download: http://www3.zippyshare.com/v/5322413/file.html Mirror: http://rghost.net/51059943 Note: Read "Help.html" before usage.if someone out there has skill with Enigma licensing schemes.. please take a look at this app. It hasnt' been properly crk'd since it's release.Note: If a new version is released and there isn't a valid serial leaked.You can use the trial key posted on RadioSure's website, and this portable will lock the trial in an endless trial mode :)
  6. TapinRadio Pro 1.59.1 + Portable TapinRadio Pro is simple, fairly reliable and works most of the time. Plenty of stations to choose from and continuously updated. Supports most of the internet radio formats – mp3, wma, ogg, aac. Quick search. Graphic Equalizer. Scheduled recordings. Record what you are listening to – as separate tracks or continuously. Automatic checking for software and station listing (only if configured in settings). Show your favorites in groups. Alarm feature. Sleep timer to shutdown TapinRadio or even your computer! Here are some key features of "TapinRadio": Plenty of stations to choose fromSupports most of the internet radio formats – mp3, wma, ogg vorbis, aac+ and so onQuick and reliable searchSmooth switching between stationsRecord what you are listening to – including separate song filesAutomatic checking for software and radio stations updatesShow your favorites in groupsWebsite: http://www.raimersoft.com OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Medicine: Patch Language: ML Size: 13,48 / 12,97 Mb.
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    TapinRadio Pro 1.59.2

    TapinRadio Pro 1.59.2 TapinRadio Pro is simple, fairly reliable and works most of the time. Plenty of stations to choose from and continuously updated. Supports most of the internet radio formats – mp3, wma, ogg, aac. Quick search. Graphic Equalizer. Scheduled recordings. Record what you are listening to – as separate tracks or continuously. Automatic checking for software and station listing (only if configured in settings). Show your favorites in groups. Alarm feature. Sleep timer to shutdown TapinRadio or even your computer! Here are some key features of "TapinRadio": Plenty of stations to choose fromSupports most of the internet radio formats – mp3, wma, ogg vorbis, aac+ and so onQuick and reliable searchSmooth switching between stationsRecord what you are listening to – including separate song filesAutomatic checking for software and radio stations updatesShow your favorites in groupsWebsite: http://www.raimersoft.com OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Medicine: Patch (XenoCoder) Language: ML Size: 13,03 Mb.
  8. TapinRadio Pro 1.59 + Portable TapinRadio Pro is simple, fairly reliable and works most of the time. Plenty of stations to choose from and continuously updated. Supports most of the internet radio formats – mp3, wma, ogg, aac. Quick search. Graphic Equalizer. Scheduled recordings. Record what you are listening to – as separate tracks or continuously. Automatic checking for software and station listing (only if configured in settings). Show your favorites in groups. Alarm feature. Sleep timer to shutdown TapinRadio or even your computer! Here are some key features of "TapinRadio": Plenty of stations to choose fromSupports most of the internet radio formats – mp3, wma, ogg vorbis, aac+ and so onQuick and reliable searchSmooth switching between stationsRecord what you are listening to – including separate song filesAutomatic checking for software and radio stations updatesShow your favorites in groupsWebsite: http://www.raimersoft.com OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Medicine: Patch Language: ML Size: 13,09 / 12,94 Mb.
  9. RadioBOSS Advanced 5.1.0.3 Beta Traditional professional radio programming applications are designed for traditional radio stations that can and expect to pay thousands of dollars for extremely sophisticated and complex software. But what if that's not you? If you need a simple, affordable, reliable solution to automating your broadcasting needs, RadioBOSS is the solution you've been looking for. Whether it's building and scheduling crossfaded programming for your terrestrial or Internet radio station, creating the right audio atmosphere in your restaurant or store, or broadcasting from live events, RadioBOSS has been the choice of thousands of broadcasters just like you for the past seven years. RadioBOSS makes it easy and fast to convert and manage audio assets, build playlists with advertising support, hourly blocks, rotations, crossfading, automatic leveling and other professional-level features and play your playlists to your local, terrestrial or Internet broadcasting system. Benefits: Produce professional, sophisticated audio programming for a fraction of the cost of other radio programming applications. Robust support for Internet broadcasters. - Built-in support for Internet streaming (Shoutcast v1, v2, Icecast, Windows Media Services), automatically sending metadata (upload to FTP, HTTP request, text or XML file) and using streamed Internet audio in playlists.Work the way you want. RadioBOSS lets you grab, use and work with your preferred audio formats, Winamp and VST plugins, multichannel cards (4.0, 5.1, 7.1 etc), individualized RadioBOSS profiles.Create sophisticated professional playlists with crossfade support, automatic volume leveling, timed announcements, block rotations, advertising volume enhancement and more.RadioBOSS's seven years of continuous improvement and enhancement means you can trust RadioBOSS to play unattended for days, weeks and months. New Features: Website: http://www.djsoft.net/ OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: Ml Medicine: Loader-MPT Size: 12,75 Mb.
  10. RadioBOSS Advanced 5.1.1 Final Traditional professional radio programming applications are designed for traditional radio stations that can and expect to pay thousands of dollars for extremely sophisticated and complex software. But what if that's not you? If you need a simple, affordable, reliable solution to automating your broadcasting needs, RadioBOSS is the solution you've been looking for. Whether it's building and scheduling crossfaded programming for your terrestrial or Internet radio station, creating the right audio atmosphere in your restaurant or store, or broadcasting from live events, RadioBOSS has been the choice of thousands of broadcasters just like you for the past seven years. RadioBOSS makes it easy and fast to convert and manage audio assets, build playlists with advertising support, hourly blocks, rotations, crossfading, automatic leveling and other professional-level features and play your playlists to your local, terrestrial or Internet broadcasting system. Benefits: Produce professional, sophisticated audio programming for a fraction of the cost of other radio programming applications. Robust support for Internet broadcasters. - Built-in support for Internet streaming (Shoutcast v1, v2, Icecast, Windows Media Services), automatically sending metadata (upload to FTP, HTTP request, text or XML file) and using streamed Internet audio in playlists.Work the way you want. RadioBOSS lets you grab, use and work with your preferred audio formats, Winamp and VST plugins, multichannel cards (4.0, 5.1, 7.1 etc), individualized RadioBOSS profiles.Create sophisticated professional playlists with crossfade support, automatic volume leveling, timed announcements, block rotations, advertising volume enhancement and more.RadioBOSS's seven years of continuous improvement and enhancement means you can trust RadioBOSS to play unattended for days, weeks and months. New Features: What's new: Minor improvements.Bugs fixed.Website: http://www.djsoft.net/ OS: Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista, 7, 2008, 8, 2012 - 32 or 64 bits Language: Ml Medicine: Loader-MPT Size: 27,85 Mb.
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    ProgDVB Pro 7.05.3 (x86/x64)

    ProgDVB Pro 7.05.3 (x86/x64) ProgDVB - the universal and very power software for watching digital TV and listening to radio channels. ProgDVB and ProgTV is two is 2 independent user interfaces which can work together from one folder at one list of channels, settings etc. ProgTV is aimed at use with remote control(HTPC). ProgDVB contains more functions but is intended for use by a mouse. Thus it is very convenient to use both interfaces. Support for various types of data sources: Internet TV and Radio. About 4000 channels in the list.Search, playback and record or YouTube clips.DVB-S (satellite), DVB-S2, DVB-C (cable), DVB-T, DVB-T2, ATSC, ISDB-TIPTVAnalog TVPlayback from a fileMain functions: High Definition TV support including H.264/AVCPicture-in-picture support as well as independent simultaneous recording/playback of several channels from one or more devicesMosaic fast channels previewSupport for the majority of DVB, ISDB-T and ATSC devices including DiSEqC and CAM interfaces supportSupport for all digital TV audio formats: MPEG, AC3, AAC,...Time shifting functionality using the RAM or disk buffer of unlimited size10 Bands equalizerTV and Radio channels recordingPlayback from disk based filesElectronic program guide (EPG) from Digital TV or XmlTV,JTV.TeletextSubtile(Teletext, image-based and closed captions)Support for VR, VMR7,VMR9 and EVR renderers including OSD (except VR) independently from channel type or signal presenceNetwork broadcastingSkins for OSD and GUIBoth Win32 and full-fledged Win64 versions are availableInterface Language LocalizationsThe procedure for treatment: A couple of days before the end of the test period - Close ProgDVB and start Resester.Click "Reset".Wait for reset.If you do not work reset the trial period, you can delete WinLicense registry keys using TrashRegChanges in ProgDVB v7.05.3 Many fixes of Internet TV and radio.Website: http://www.progdvb.com OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: ML Medicine: Trial Reset Size: 21,44 / 21,00 Mb.
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    RadioBOSS Advanced 5.1.3.0

    RadioBOSS Advanced 5.1.3.0 Traditional professional radio programming applications are designed for traditional radio stations that can and expect to pay thousands of dollars for extremely sophisticated and complex software. But what if that's not you? If you need a simple, affordable, reliable solution to automating your broadcasting needs, RadioBOSS is the solution you've been looking for. Whether it's building and scheduling crossfaded programming for your terrestrial or Internet radio station, creating the right audio atmosphere in your restaurant or store, or broadcasting from live events, RadioBOSS has been the choice of thousands of broadcasters just like you for the past seven years. RadioBOSS makes it easy and fast to convert and manage audio assets, build playlists with advertising support, hourly blocks, rotations, crossfading, automatic leveling and other professional-level features and play your playlists to your local, terrestrial or Internet broadcasting system. Benefits: Produce professional, sophisticated audio programming for a fraction of the cost of other radio programming applications. Robust support for Internet broadcasters. - Built-in support for Internet streaming (Shoutcast v1, v2, Icecast, Windows Media Services), automatically sending metadata (upload to FTP, HTTP request, text or XML file) and using streamed Internet audio in playlists.Work the way you want. RadioBOSS lets you grab, use and work with your preferred audio formats, Winamp and VST plugins, multichannel cards (4.0, 5.1, 7.1 etc), individualized RadioBOSS profiles.Create sophisticated professional playlists with crossfade support, automatic volume leveling, timed announcements, block rotations, advertising volume enhancement and more.RadioBOSS's seven years of continuous improvement and enhancement means you can trust RadioBOSS to play unattended for days, weeks and months. New Features: Website: http://www.djsoft.net/ OS: Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista, 7, 2008, 8, 2012 - 32 or 64 bits Language: Ml Medicine: Loader-MPT Size: 27,88 Mb.
  13. Tenorshare iGetting Audio 1.1.0.0 Build 1887 Wondering to listen to Pandora music on your iPhone offline? Want to record BBC radio while you out and hear for later use? Want to record your own vocals to share with your friends? Now you can do all you want with Tenorshare iGetting Audio – A professional streaming audio recorder. It allows you to record online streaming music, radio, VoIP or any other sound from your computer’s sound card and microphone. Record any sound on your computer without quality loss.Automatically identify ID3 tags, like title, artist, album and more.Integrated ringtone maker that creates .M4R (iPhone) and MP3 ringtones.Easily transfer recordings to your iTunes library.Remove ads from your recording session.Record audio files in any audio formats. Key Features Website: http://spotauditor.nsauditor.com/ OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1 (x86-x64) Language: Eng Medecine: Serial (Open the info file in Notepad ...) Size: 13,50 Mb.
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