We have previously written about some tools which can copy last.fm music to your computer, today we will tell you another effective tool called Last Recorder, it is a small program that can save tracks from Last.fm audio streams into separate tagged mp3 files.
You will need to have a valid username and password of a last.fm account, and then you will need to enter the last.fm account credentials, copy paste the artist album URL and click the record button to save it your computer.
Key Features Of Last Recorder
- Saves Last.fm audio streams as mp3’s
- Easy graphical interface
- Simple command line interface
- Selectable standard stations (Tag, Artist, Loved, etc.)
- Custom station URL’s
- Can add ID3 tags (artist, album, title)
- Saves files as <Artist>/<Album>/<Title>.mp3
- Can strip whitespaces and Windows-incompatible characters from file and directory names
- Can automatically skip already recorded streams
- You can specify as many URL’s as you wish and leave it working in command line
- Can quote URL’s automatically
- Remembers last used station and other settings
How To Use It ?
After starting the program and logging into Last.fm, you choose the station, start recording and leave it working. When you return after some time, you find recorded tracks sorted as <Artist>/<Album>/<Title>.mp3 in the selected folder. You don’t need to use your browser to tune to the desired station. Everything is done in Last Recorder.
It’s also not necessary to log into Last.fm manually every time you start Last Recorder because by default it saves user name and password (encrypted) you entered first time.
Similar Program – Last Ripper