Replay Music Review

A good program, but worth the money?

Submitted by Tavenos on Sun, 2009-04-12 21:55.
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The lowest price: 35.96$
You can buy it at RegNow for that price.
Easy to use and good sound quality.
Uses a lot of resources, so it slows your computer while it is running.

Replay Music's function is simple. It records songs that you hear on websites like Rhapsody and Napster and puts them into files usable by your computer. It can also burn music and sounds to a CD, so it has two purposes. But the question is, are these features enough to warrant the high cost?

Replay Music gives you a choice of a few different formats, most notably WAV and MP3. MP3 files can be played on all portable music playing devices, such as the Ipod and Zune. They give you a choice between different qualities, ranging from compact and ok sounding to large and amazing sounding. This lets you customize the recording a lot.

The program also does a lot of the work for you by naming the songs, identifying the artists and albums, and stopping the track when it ends. Occasionally it will make a mistake while labeling the songs, so you have to keep an eye on what it is doing. The thing you really have to worry about is where the recording ends. If you record a radio station, Replay Music might sometimes record more than you want it to.

The second feature of Replay Music is it's ability to burn music to CD. I haven't experimented with it much, but it does work. It's as simple as recording the music is, which is to say extremely.