rara.com, a similar music streaming service provider to Spotify, offers a huge amount of ad-free music for you to stream. But you have to pay extra money if you want to listen to music offline on your phones. And there is no way to preserve the music and burn onto discs. So it will be a good idea to download all rara music to your computer and do all the other operations like transferring to any portable devices freely and even burn to a CD. Wondershare Streaming Audio Recorder is the right tool to help. It can download any music from rara.com to MP3 files and automatically detect the ID3 information about each song. Apart from all these, you can use the program to create ringtones and manage downloaded songs. Sounds great? Check a step-by-step tutorial below.
1 Install rara downloader
First, you should install this program on your computer to get ready. The download link is above. Just click the Download icon. There are two versions and remember to choose the right one. We will mainly focus on the windows version here.
2 Download music from rara.com
Run this downloader after installing. You will find a Record button on the top left. Click it and then go to play music at rara.com. As long as there is sound from your computer, this downloader will start to work and you can get the music on your computer after the song finishes.
In order to make sure you can get complete songs, a good internet connection is indispensable. Then you can continue to play a whole playlist and those songs will be separated according to the silence time between.
3 Transfer to portable devices
You have finished the rara music downloading work, then it’s time to transfer music to portable devices. Highlight music in the Library and click Add to iTunes button. Then music will be exported to iTunes displaying in the SAR playlist. From iTunes, you can transfer to any iDevices.
For other devices like MP3 players, you only need to find where the music is on the computer and drag to your devices manually.
Note: With iTunes, you can burn music onto a CD for free.
If you want to make ringtones, just click the bell icon near the songs then trim any part in the bitmap that will show up. Seeing is believing, so you should download one to give it a try yourself.