As is the case of real-time communication in general, live streams are a quick way of getting informed, but they do bear a major fault, namely that of putting a toll on your memory, especially if they are not recorded, and there is no way of reviewing facts later on.

Fortunately, there are straightforward solutions you could turn to in order to record any audio playing on your computer yourself, and TunesKit Audio Capture is one of them.

The software utility proposes a simple approach to grabbing any sound playing on your computer, regardless of whether it originates from your browser, media player, or any other program.

Sporting a dark, minimalist user interface, TunesKit Audio Capture makes your job pretty easy, with the main window letting you select the source of the audio you intend to record.

While there are a series of pre-defined applications you can choose from, you can come up with your own programs as well and start capturing one or multiple tracks simultaneously.

Once you do that, trimming your audio is a piece of cake since you only need to indicate a start and end time by resorting to a slider bar while listening to the captured sounds so that you have full control of the editing process.

Aside from that, adding tags to your tracks is possible. As such, filling in the dedicated boxes with a title, album, artist, composer, copyright, comments, and more should offer you a better view of each and every track’s contents.

When this step is complete, all your recorded files can be viewed in the “History” window, where you can manage them as you see fit.

Regarding the output file formats you can choose from, it is worth pointing out that your options range from MP3, FLAC, and WAV to M4A, AAC, and M4B. Moreover, you may want to know that selecting the codec, channel, as well as sample and bit rate should raise no issues whatsoever.

On an ending note, TunesKit Audio Capture should come in handy if you need an app capable of grabbing audio from your computer, editing it, and converting it to the right file format. The program is easy to get accustomed to and ran seamlessly during our test, so there’s no harm in giving it a shot.