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ripcording

(audio)
(From "ripping" and "recording") Encoding streaming digital audio from the Internet to an MP3 file or similar. Ripcording is commononly used to copy commercial music from a free stream instead of paying to download.
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ripcording

(RIPping reCORDING) Converting Internet radio and audio streams from the Web to an MP3 or other compressed audio file. Ripcording is used to timeshift a live audio broadcast. See timeshifting and ripping.
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