MAGIX ANNOUNCES WEBRADIO RECORDER 2 – FOR FREE ONLINE RECORDING
Legally Records International Music for Free from over 3,000 Internet Radio Stations and Burns them onto CD
Miami, FL, October 23, 2006 — MAGIX, a worldwide leader in photo, video and audio software(1), announced today MAGIX Webradio Recorder 2, consumer software that lets everyone download and record all the latest hits off the Internet for free. 100% legal, Webradio Recorder 2 records over 3,000 International Internet radio stations and provides an improved worldwide receiver with stations to suit everyone’s musical taste. Favorite radio programs can be recorded automatically and individual songs can easily be separated from whole radio shows, burned onto CD, and archived onto a hard drive. The new version of the award-winning Webradio Recorder (“Test Winner,” PC Praxis, January 2006), Webradio Recorder 2 is available immediately in the retail channel for $29.99.
Webradio Recorder 2 new features include:
Real Format support, which provides an even larger selection of radio stations.
Easy-to-use Timeshift Mode makes it possible to record multiple shows simultaneously.
Users can stop and start shows at any point and later restart shows.
Track information for every song is available with MAGIX AudioID, even during broadcasts.
Complete recordings can be split into individual tracks.
Annoying commercials and DJ introductions are easily erased.
Sound quality has been greatly enhanced with MAGIX ProAudio Sound and 32-bit technology.
MAGIX Webradio Recorder 2, priced at $29.99, is now available in the retail channel. See www.magix.com for more info.
MAGIX is an international provider of software, online services, and digital content for the use of multimedia products and services in personal communication. MAGIX provides private and professional users with a range of technologically sophisticated and, at the same time, user-friendly software, online services, and digital content for the design, editing, presentation, and archiving of digital photos, videos, and music. In 2005, based on sales of products through retail distribution of photo, music, and video software, MAGIX held a leading market position in Germany and various other European countries, and was one of the three leading market players in the USA.
(1) Refers to the number of software products sold by retailers according to monthly measurement by Media Control Germany (Source: media control Panel) (PC/CD-ROM non-games Germany according to criteria of VUD), GfK Charts Netherlands, Belgium, France, Spain, Chart Track UK, NPD Data Charts PC/CD-ROM non-games US, Italy, Spain, Nordic. January 2005 to January 2006. To see the test wins, please refer to the “Test wins” area in our Press Center at http://site.magix.net/index.php?id=29225