SOURCE: MAGIX Entertainment Corp.

August 11, 2005 13:55 ET

MAGIX Announces Webradio Recorder -- High-Quality DVR for Radio

Easily Listen To, Record, and Burn Web Radio Stations

MIAMI, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- August 11, 2005 -- MAGIX, the market leader in photo, video, and audio software(1), announced today MAGIX Webradio Recorder, which lets consumers record multiple radio shows and music, automatically name tracks, and burn them onto CD or DVD. With this array of powerful DVR-like functions, conventional radio and other web radio recording software can't match up. The software even lets you listen to earlier parts of the same radio show that you are in the process of recording. Available in retail stores September 15, 2005 and online starting August 18th at, MAGIX Webradio Recorder is priced at $29.99.

Thousands of High-Quality Channels

According to The Radio Advertising Bureau, adults spend an average of 3 hours a day listening to radio, although their FM/AM choices are very limited. MAGIX Webradio Recorder solves this problem with a huge international selection of 2,000 preset radio channels and the ability to instantly add any Internet radio station in the world -- all at a nominal price, so everyone can find something that fits their taste. With convenient Tutorials, Task Assistants, and search functions, MAGIX Webradio Recorder is extremely easy to use.

DVR functionality for Your Radio

MAGIX Webradio Recorder brings radio into the digital age -- legally. Record any music you like for your own personal use. Miss the start of a song? No problem, an active background recording cache makes sure that each song is recorded from start to finish, even if the record button is pressed in the middle of the song. You can also just enter the artists or songs you're interested in or which ones you don't want to hear at all, and the recording filter takes care of the rest for you.

An intuitive editing interface lets you correct and optimize your recordings. It fixes chopped-off beginnings and ends, removes interspersed radio commentary and any crackling noises. Recordings can be converted into all popular formats (OGG, MP3, WAV, and more), saved to mobile devices, or burned straight onto CD or DVD.

Available in retail stores September 15, 2005 and online starting August 18th at, MAGIX Webradio Recorder is priced at $29.99. For more information, see


MAGIX is a pioneer of innovative rich media products for professional and consumer markets. As worldwide market and technology leader in photo, video and audio applications combined with multimedia content and online services(1), MAGIX is the only international company to offer this full range of multimedia solutions for broadband, B2B and consumer markets. MAGIX allows consumers of all ages and experience levels to convert, edit, create, share and publish their own rich media content, including video, photos and music. With MAGIX, everybody can speak multimedia.

(1) "Refers to the amount of software products sold by European and US retailers in the segments 'Music Software,' 'Video Software' and 'Photo Software.' According to the monthly measurement by NPD Data Charts US, Media Control Germany (PC/CD-ROM non-games), GfK charts Benelux, France, Spain, Italy; Chart Track UK; Future Retail Panel UK, Italy, Spain and Nordic, MAGIX sold more products than any other publisher in these segments in the time period from January 2004 to July 2005."

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