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When it comes to streaming Audio, many people think Pandora is the best choice out there, but with so many other options appearing these days, is that still the case? Here we will have a look at all the options and see whether Pandora still comes out on top.

  • Part 1. The 6 Most Popular Radios that You Should Know
  • Part 2. The Differences among Pandora, Slacker and Similar Stations
  • Part 3. The Best Audio Recorder for Pandora, Slacker and More
  • Part 4. Get Music from Pandora, Slacker and More for Free

Part 1. Music Recorder for Pandora, Slacker, Last.fm, Rdio, iTunes Radio and Jango

Although certain of these services offer inbuilt downloading for a premium cost, it is perfectly possible to download your stations from all of them on the free options, by using a dedicated audio recorder, such as iMusic.

Sites like Pandora

iMusic is a fantastic choice because of the support features that go with its high quality recording ability, primarily the filter system. Audio recorder detects what it is recording and filters out any gaps, ads and so on from the actual music tracks, as well as split tracks into separate files.

In addition, as it is recording your music, the software can use the ID3 tag identification technology to add in the appropriate tags for Artist, Title, Album and Genre, exactly as you would find in the rest of your iTunes library or music collection, making searching for individual tracks and sorting tracks so much easier. The tags are also editable manually if you wish to change or add to them for any reason in the future.

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Part 2. Get to Know the 6 Best Music Radios in the Market

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The original, and despite the big names entering the market, still the best known streaming audio service there is. Built around a music discovery concept, other than the initial station set up, you cannot search for specific sings to play them. Pandora's stations build upon your initial song choice, with the user able to accept and reject further suggestions, and those responses in turn contribute to the criteria for further music recommendations. The amount of negative responses is limited per station per day. Pandora claim to use over 400 separate musical attributes for each recommendation, with the service becoming more accurate to a user’s taste the longer they use it.

Pandora is available through browsers, and via and app for both iOS and Android, and is even integrated into several manufacturers standard fit car audio systems.

Part 3. Comparison of Music Stations like Pandora

Sites

Price Region Customization Music Library Platform Bitrate

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slacker

Free/$3.99/$9.99 USA, Canada Yes 13m Android, iOS, Windows 128 Kbps

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pandora

Free/$4.99 USA/Australia/New Zealand No 1m Web, Android, iOS, Blackberry, media streamers

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Last.fm

lastfm

Free/$3.00 USA/UK/Germany Yes Variable Android, iOS, Linux, OS X, Windows 128 Kbps

iTunes Radio

beatsmusic

Free United States and Australia

No

26m

iOS, OS X, Windows, Apple TV

256 Kbps

Rdio

rdio

Free/$9.99 Europe, North and South America, Australia and New Zealand

Yes

20M

Web, Android, iOS, OS X, Windows

192 Kbps

Jango

jango

Free Everywhere

No

Undisclosed

Web, Android, iOS

Undisclosed

Overall, I would have to say it is Rdio that takes the crown, it offers one of the widest regional availabilities along with one of the largest music catalogues, but the redesigned, simple interface, choice of pricing plans and worthwhile added functionality make it the best right now. I would also praise iTunes radio as a free service, but its restricted access puts it behind Rdio overall.

Interestingly, despite differences in bitrates, all the services provided good sound quality with no real stand outs there, and the streaming worked smoothly and without any annoying hiccups on every service.

Part 4. Free Download Music from Pandora, Slacker and other Music Sites

Recording any of these services is a simple process with iMusic, as we can see below.

slacker or pandora

Step 1. Download and install iMusic

Click the download button below get the latest iMusic. It has different versions for Mac and Windows PC. Install the software on your computer and click "GET MUSIC". From there, you can see 3 options to get music: Discover- built-in music library; Download - copy & paste URL of a song to download; and Record- record music from music sites. You're supposed to click "Record" since this article is about how to record music from music sites.

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Step 2. Record music

Click the red record button, preparing the recording. Launch your web browser and open the song you want to record. Play the song, letting the software do the rest for you. This audio recorder can remove any ads or gaps and split the tracks into separate files as well as tag each one with its title, artist and album name as it goes using the ID3 protocol. Once you want to finish recording, simply press the Stop button and exit Pandora.

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Step 3. Manage recorded songs

All the recorded songs will be saved to your iTunes Library if you have installed the iTunes on your computer. Otherwise, they will be saved to your other media library. Click "LIBRARY" on iMusic to check out the recorded songs or transfer them to your other devices for playback.


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Last week’s grand openings of Universal’s Volcano Bay and Disney’s World of Pandora was their biggest showdown this century 

When it rains, it pours, and Orlando's theme parks just experienced the deluge of the decade. Disney and Universal have a long history of going head-to-head, from Disney/MGM Studios' rush to open a year ahead of Universal Studios Florida, to the dueling debuts of Diagon Alley and Seven Dwarfs Mine Train in 2014. But last week's near-simultaneous grand openings of Universal's Volcano Bay and Disney's World of Pandora represents their most significant showdown so far this century.

Pandora – The World of Avatar

Let's start at Disney's Animal Kingdom, where Pandora – The World of Avatar officially opened on May 27, almost six years after the park's agreement with James Cameron was first announced. I wasn't invited to press previews, but I managed to spend four hours inside during an annual passholder event and came away impressed. The first glimpse of Pandora's iconic floating mountains is second only to the reveal of Gringotts' dragon as a "wow" moment, and the Imagineers overloaded the area with rich scenic detail; the integration of Chihuly-esque artificial "plants" with alien-looking living flora is especially exquisite.

As Disney's first ground-up E-Ticket since the Wizarding World opened, the land's signature Flight of Passage attraction manages to one-up Universal at its own game, with a themed queue even longer and more elaborately appointed than Hogwarts Castle and the best 3-D motion simulation I've ever experienced (sorry, Jimmy Fallon). With ultra-clear 3-D glasses, ginormous 8K screens and motorcycle-style seats that convincingly mimic riding a dragon-like Banshee (down to feeling your mount "breathing" between your thighs), Flight of Passage is essentially Epcot's Soarin' cranked up to 11.

Na'vi River Journey, the land's only other ride, is a brief all-ages boat ride boasting luminous scenery and one astounding singing animatronic, but no drops, storyline or even explanatory narration; think of it as "It's a Small, Blue World" with slightly less-repetitious music. Pandora's real supporting attraction is the Satu'li Canteen quick-service restaurant, whose quinoa bowls with yogurt boba are a far cry from burgers and chicken fingers.

I'm not anti-Avatar (I even own the film in 3-D), but even fans admit it doesn't resonate emotionally with the masses like Potter or Star Wars. Disney wisely ignored the film's forgettable plot and personas (the land is set generations after the upcoming sequels) in favor of its universally lauded visuals, but that leaves the World of Avatar lacking in characters and interactivity; there are no meet-and-greets and few touchable objects, aside from a phallic flower guests are encouraged to pet until it spurts (no, seriously).

Ultimately, while Pandora is very pretty and Flight of Passage exceeds expectations, I don't feel an urgent need to rush back. I'll return eventually to see the bioluminescent landscape in its nighttime glory, but my prediction is Pandora will pull existing Disney guests away from Epcot and Hollywood Studios, rather than expand the market the way Potter did.

Universal's Volcano Bay

While Disney was dedicating their new expansion, I was up I-4 at the press event for Volcano Bay, Universal's first on-site water park. Universal built an entire park in a fraction of the time Disney took for their land, and though employees made a herculean effort to get Volcano Bay ready on time for guests, some attractions weren't working on opening morning, and the much-touted TapuTapu wristbands (which promise to replace queuing with ride reservations) had limited functionality during my tour.

Even as a work-in-progress, the landscaping and art direction throughout Volcano Bay is stunning, creating a luxurious Pacific Island atmosphere that's more like an upscale resort than a typical water park. The food is far above average (try the tuna poke and coconut shrimp), and the signature drinks are strong, if too sweet. And despite being nestled next to the interstate, visual and audio intrusion is mostly a non-issue, with foliage and a soothing surf-rock soundtrack shielding the traffic sounds.

You could easily spend a day sunning on the beach – I recommend the private loungers ($30-plus per pair) – and splashing in the surf surrounding the awe-inspiring central volcano. But you'd be missing out on the biggest, best collection of slides in the state, featuring nearly every cutting-edge model manufacturer ProSlide exhibits at IAAPA. My favorites were Honu and Maku Puihi, which terrifyingly sweep your multi-passenger raft sideways up steep walls; and the serpentine Ta Nui drop capsule, which is like the Incredible Hulk Coaster of body slides. It's over 200 steps to the top of the mountain, so start StairMastering now.

While I'm willing to crown Volcano Bay my favorite water park since New Jersey's infamous Action Park, I'm not fully on board with Universal's "water theme park" moniker. Yes, it has immersive environments (though one "land" is aesthetically indistinguishable from another) and an elaborate backstory informing every attraction, but that theming isn't always evident on the rides themselves. For example, the headliner Krakatau Aqua Coaster – which uses linear induction to launch four-passenger canoes down and up massive hills – is the longest, most entertaining water slide I've ever experienced, but if it had audiovisual effects or indoor show scenes it could have been a true "water dark ride." Even so, if Universal's objective is getting guests to extend their on-site stay instead of visiting the Mouse, I suspect Volcano Bay will succeed swimmingly.

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You can obtain all the available Kodak Plate Control Strip files and documentation from the Customer Engagement Center or from your service and support portal. 

This table shows the preconfigured Plate Control Strip files that are available. When choosing a particular KPCS file, consider the following:

  • Resolution must match your device resolution.
  • Choose the line screen you want to see in the reference screening elements (the lower half of the Tone Scale section) that is similar in appearance to the actual screening to be used on the plate (which will also appear in the upper half of the Tone Scale section).
  • The files are available in EPS and PDF versions. To use the Plate Control Strip with Kodak Pandora imposition software, you will need the PDF version.

For additional configurations, you can use the file KPCS_EDIT_FOR_CUSTOM_STRIP.eps to create your own customized Plate Control Strip. Configured options can include automatic selection of resolution and vertical orientation. See Configuring a KPCS File for a complete list of possible configurations and instructions on creating the file in EPS and PDF formats.

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Files in PDF format
for Preps and Pandora 
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Step 2.?x|x|he red record button, preparing the recording. Launch your web browser and open the song you want to record. Play the song, letting the software do the rest for you. This audio recorder can remove any ads or gaps and split the tracks into separate files as well as tag each one with its title, artist and album name as it goes using the ID3 protocol. Once you want to finish recording, simply press the Stop button and exit Pandora.

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Step 3. Manage recorded songs

All the recorded songs will be saved to your iTunes Library if you have installed the iTunes on your computer. Otherwise, they will be saved to your other media library. Click "LIBRARY" on iMusic to check out the recorded songs or transfer them to your other devices for playback.


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Last week’s grand openings of Universal’s Volcano Bay and Disney’s World of Pandora was their biggest showdown this century 

When it rains, it pours, and Orlando's theme parks just experienced the deluge of the decade. Disney and Universal have a long history of going head-to-head, from Disney/MGM Studios' rush to open a year ahead of Universal Studios Florida, to the dueling debuts of Diagon Alley and Seven Dwarfs Mine Train in 2014. But last week's near-simultaneous grand openings of Universal's Volcano Bay and Disney's World of Pandora represents their most significant showdown so far this century.

Pandora – The World of Avatar

Let's start at Disney's Animal Kingdom, where Pandora – The World of Avatar officially opened on May 27, almost six years after the park's agreement with James Cameron was first announced. I wasn't invited to press previews, but I managed to spend four hours inside during an annual passholder event and came away impressed. The first glimpse of Pandora's iconic floating mountains is second only to the reveal of Gringotts' dragon as a "wow" moment, and the Imagineers overloaded the area with rich scenic detail; the integration of Chihuly-esque artificial "plants" with alien-looking living flora is especially exquisite.

As Disney's first ground-up E-Ticket since the Wizarding World opened, the land's signature Flight of Passage attraction manages to one-up Universal at its own game, with a themed queue even longer and more elaborately appointed than Hogwarts Castle and the best 3-D motion simulation I've ever experienced (sorry, Jimmy Fallon). With ultra-clear 3-D glasses, ginormous 8K screens and motorcycle-style seats that convincingly mimic riding a dragon-like Banshee (down to feeling your mount "breathing" between your thighs), Flight of Passage is essentially Epcot's Soarin' cranked up to 11.

Na'vi River Journey, the land's only other ride, is a brief all-ages boat ride boasting luminous scenery and one astounding singing animatronic, but no drops, storyline or even explanatory narration; think of it as "It's a Small, Blue World" with slightly less-repetitious music. Pandora's real supporting attraction is the Satu'li Canteen quick-service restaurant, whose quinoa bowls with yogurt boba are a far cry from burgers and chicken fingers.

I'm not anti-Avatar (I even own the film in 3-D), but even fans admit it doesn't resonate emotionally with the masses like Potter or Star Wars. Disney wisely ignored the film's forgettable plot and personas (the land is set generations after the upcoming sequels) in favor of its universally lauded visuals, but that leaves the World of Avatar lacking in characters and interactivity; there are no meet-and-greets and few touchable objects, aside from a phallic flower guests are encouraged to pet until it spurts (no, seriously).

Ultimately, while Pandora is very pretty and Flight of Passage exceeds expectations, I don't feel an urgent need to rush back. I'll return eventually to see the bioluminescent landscape in its nighttime glory, but my prediction is Pandora will pull existing Disney guests away from Epcot and Hollywood Studios, rather than expand the market the way Potter did.

Universal's Volcano Bay

While Disney was dedicating their new expansion, I was up I-4 at the press event for Volcano Bay, Universal's first on-site water park. Universal built an entire park in a fraction of the time Disney took for their land, and though employees made a herculean effort to get Volcano Bay ready on time for guests, some attractions weren't working on opening morning, and the much-touted TapuTapu wristbands (which promise to replace queuing with ride reservations) had limited functionality during my tour.

Even as a work-in-progress, the landscaping and art direction throughout Volcano Bay is stunning, creating a luxurious Pacific Island atmosphere that's more like an upscale resort than a typical water park. The food is far above average (try the tuna poke and coconut shrimp), and the signature drinks are strong, if too sweet. And despite being nestled next to the interstate, visual and audio intrusion is mostly a non-issue, with foliage and a soothing surf-rock soundtrack shielding the traffic sounds.

You could easily spend a day sunning on the beach – I recommend the private loungers ($30-plus per pair) – and splashing in the surf surrounding the awe-inspiring central volcano. But you'd be missing out on the biggest, best collection of slides in the state, featuring nearly every cutting-edge model manufacturer ProSlide exhibits at IAAPA. My favorites were Honu and Maku Puihi, which terrifyingly sweep your multi-passenger raft sideways up steep walls; and the serpentine Ta Nui drop capsule, which is like the Incredible Hulk Coaster of body slides. It's over 200 steps to the top of the mountain, so start StairMastering now.

While I'm willing to crown Volcano Bay my favorite water park since New Jersey's infamous Action Park, I'm not fully on board with Universal's "water theme park" moniker. Yes, it has immersive environments (though one "land" is aesthetically indistinguishable from another) and an elaborate backstory informing every attraction, but that theming isn't always evident on the rides themselves. For example, the headliner Krakatau Aqua Coaster – which uses linear induction to launch four-passenger canoes down and up massive hills – is the longest, most entertaining water slide I've ever experienced, but if it had audiovisual effects or indoor show scenes it could have been a true "water dark ride." Even so, if Universal's objective is getting guests to extend their on-site stay instead of visiting the Mouse, I suspect Volcano Bay will succeed swimmingly.

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