Step 1. Install and Open DRmare Audio Capture
DRmare Audio Capture for Mac is available for free download. You can one click to download it from the official website and follow the screen wizard to install it to your Mac computer. Next, please open it, you will the its main screen with a series preset apps like Google Chrome, QuickTime, iTunes, Safari. If an music app which you want to record from is not on the list, please simply click the "+" icon to add it manually.
Step 2. Customize Output Audio Files
Usually you don't have to change this option because DRmare audio recorder is set to the universal MP3 output format, which works well for almost any devices and any players. But if you do want to do some tweaks to your music, you can click the "Format" icon to change the format to M4A, M4B, AAC, WAV, FLAC and so on. Of course, you can change the codec, channel, bit rate and sample rate.
Step 3. Record Multiple Songs Automatically at Once
Now you can start to play any music you want from the imported streaming applications or browsers Chrome, Safari and so on, the music will be recorded automatically. With the multiple tracks encoding technology, you can even open multiple apps or multiple tabs to get all your songs recorded together. And please rest assured. The song recording processes won't interfere with each other.
Step 4. Edit the Song to Meet Your Requirements
Generally the songs are downloaded completely one by one. However, if for any reasons the songs are not grabbed as you expected, you can continue to edit your audio files with its built-in best audio editor. Just hover your cursor to the song and click the editing icon. On the pop up editing window, please follow the screen wizard to trim or cut your tracks according to your preferences.
Step 5. Locate Your Recorded Songs
Finally, you can click the "Save" button to save all the recorded songs to the default output folder, which can be changed by going to the preferences window. If you don't know the output folder, you can also click the "History" icon to find out what songs are downloaded. And you can hover the cursor to the song and click the "Search" icon to locate it from your Mac Finder.