How To Download Any Audio You Hear on Any Website.



Streaming is designed to be ephemeral, which means that music and other audio you play in your browser is supposed to stay there. But as anyone who used to tape radio shows will tell you, there’s nothing like having your own copies of cool stuff you hear, which makes chrome Audio Capture an invaluable tool. 

This nifty extension lets you record any audio that’s playing in the current browser tab, and save it to your computer in MP3 or WAV format.

Following Steps To Download Any Audio You Hear on Any  Website.

Step 01
To start recording, you first have to install a chrome extension named-Chrome AudioCapture.


Step 02
After installing the extension, choose the website, radio streams, podcasts, sound from online videos or web-based voice calls which you want to record.  


Step 03
To record the sound of that website, click on the  extension and then click on Start Capture. Or, you can use the keyboard shortcut for the same-
  • Ctrl + Shift + S to start capture on the current tab.
  • Ctrl + Shift + X to stop capture on current tab.



This keyboard shortcut may not work if the same shortcut is using by another installed extension.

Note- The maximum capture time is officially 20 minutes “due to Chrome memory constraints”, but you can exceed this limit if you don’t mind sacrificing sound quality.

Warning- Remember that any audio you ‘rip’ must only be kept for your personal use, to avoid infringing copyright.

Step 04
After capture is finished, a new tab will be opened automatically for you to name and save the file. Please do not close the tab before saving the file.


You can cancel or download at any time, record multiple tabs simultaneously and mute tabs that are being captured to avoid audio spoilers.



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