The Radio view

Explore radio stations and learn about the different possibilities to record stations.

Navigating through the Radio view

The Radio view organizes stations into categories, like for example music genres.

  • To get back to the home view, any time, click .
  • To go back to the previous category, any time, click .
  • The navigation path right above the station list always tells the category you are currently in. For example: .
  • To add categories to the home view to open them with just a single click, navigate to it and click .
  • To sort the stations, click By popularity at the top right of the station list, and select one of the options from the menu.
  • At the right side of a station list item, click to display the station's details page (see Figure 1).
  • To toggle between single-column and two-column station list, use and .
Figure 1. A station's details page

Symbols used for Internet radio stations

Table 1. Symbols used for Internet radio stations. See more symbols ...
Symbol Description Meaning
Diamond This symbol denotes stations that provide complete songs only, due to perfect cutting.
Bar graph This symbol denotes the popularity of a station. The greater the number of bars indicated, the greater the popularity among Audials One users.
Filled arrow

This symbol denotes the recordability of radio stations.

The fuller the arrow, the greater the amount of songs that can be recorded per hour.

Stations with an empty arrow , are unlikely to deliver individual songs. For example, because the station plays DJ mixes. You can record such stations continuously.

Yellow arrow

Recording starts as soon as the next, complete song begins.

If the station keeps showing a yellow arrow : The station's recordability is not sufficient for automatic song cutting.

Green arrow Recording is running.

Radio recording functions

Record a single station or use the mass recording function to record a set of stations by category.

Figure 2. Bottom of the Radio view: Manual or mass recording. Controls for individual recording of a specific stations (records the selected station) and mass recording by category (records stations according to the current category as displayed on the button).

Recordability of radio stations

The term recordability indicates how well songs can be recorded from a radio station, and what recording method is most appropriate.

Symbol Description Meaning
Filled arrow

This symbol denotes the recordability of radio stations.

The fuller the arrow, the greater the amount of songs that can be recorded per hour.

Stations with an empty arrow , are unlikely to deliver individual songs. For example, because the station plays DJ mixes. You can record such stations continuously.

Recordability Automatic song cutting To record
, , yes Click Record.
no Click the Record arrow, and then click Record continuously.