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The Next MP3 Revolution - Free Music for All Thanks to Web 2.0 Recording

The Next MP3 Revolution - Free Music for All Thanks to Web 2.0 Recording

KARLSRUHE, Germany, June 30 /PRNewswire/ -- RapidSolution Software AG presents the new Windows software "MP3videoraptor 3.0" on its website at It allows users to instantly download and save virtually any song in MP3 format - free of charge. Even the automatic creation of an entire music library is a piece of cake. What makes this principle so revolutionary are these two functions: an intelligent control and the recording of music from numerous individual Web 2.0 radios - the legal and free way to get your favorite music.

"Radiotracker", "Tunebite" and "AudialsOne" - all products of the "Audials" series distributed by RapidSolution Software have been popular around the world for years and have won numerous awards. The completely novel option to get MP3 media with the assistance of the "MP3videoraptor 3.0" marks another milestone achieved on behalf of responsible consumers.

Do you want any music piece of your choice from millions of MP3 recordings - or would you rather get an entire music library comprising tens of thousands of MP3s automatically?

Users can conveniently enter or select from a catalog the name of their favorite artist and the MP3videoraptor instantly displays all key songs available for that artist. One click and they are on your hard disk in MP3 format.

As an alternative, fans can choose the brand new "Autoload" to create their music libraries automatically - it sorts by favorite artists, and genres. Enter the quantity desired (e.g. 1000 MP3) and MP3Videoraptor loads the best music as quickly as your DSL line can process downloads!

As an option, users can also download music videos - with instant

on the fly conversion into the format of your preference (MP4, 3GP, WMV, AVI etc.).

All of this music free of charge in the blink of an eye - legally and in high-quality MP3 - how is that even possible?

Internet radio recording is a legal and popular option that allows fans to get MP3 music free of charge. However, even if intelligent software solutions are available, it takes quite a while to get the music you want that way - after all, you will have to wait until a piece is played on an Internet radio station.

However, the Web 2.0 trend did result in the creation of several special websites that offer their users individually compiled radio programs. They allow listeners to request specific songs, which are played immediately.

The brand new MP3videoraptor 3.0 is the only solution to date that can control the most important Web 2.0 radios invisibly, automatically and simultaneously to ensure they play the user's favorite tunes and to record them digitally in the best quality possible - in other words to provide instant access to virtually any song.

Enhancement and convenience

Many users are already familiar with the automatic Internet search for ID3 tags, cover images and song lyrics from other Audials products. This feature enhances the MP3s. An integrated player, CD burner, a ring tone generator, a web video recorder for Youtube etc., MP3 player synchronization and many other convenient features make the MP3videoraptor the perfect tool to put together a music library.

Try before you buy

On the website users can download the MP3videoraptor free of charge without having to register. This test version provides 25 high quality MP3s of your choice.

MP3videoraptor is available now. The prices range from EUR 19.90 (Premium-Edition) to EUR 29.90 (Platinum-Edition). It can also be purchased as a component of "AudialsOne". The solution is sold online at Moreover, every purchaser who bought or buys one of the "AudialsOne" and "Videoraptor" boxes, which are available at retailers, will receive a free update from Avanquest.

About RapidSolution

RapidSolution Software AG is a leading entertainment software distributor. RapidSolution products can be purchased online at or at international retailers. The most popular brands of the company are Tunebite, Radiotracker and AudialsOne.

Contact: RapidSolution Software AG Norman F. Förderer [email protected] +49-721-66-33-88-30

RapidSolution Software AG

Contact: RapidSolution Software AG, Norman F. Förderer, [email protected], +49-721-66-33-88-30

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