Best AirPlay Recorder to Save Stream Music in Seconds[2020 Updated]


June 02, 2020 09:00 / Posted by Lisa Ou

AirPlay provides a simple and effective way to share music, photos, videos, and more from iOS devices like iPhone/iPad/iPod to your Apple TV, speakers, and smart TVs. You are also allowed to AirPlay audio from Apple Music on a Mac. Are you looking for an AirPlay recorder to save streaming music from an AirPlay source?

Best AirPlay Recorder to Save Stream Music in Seconds[2020 Updated]

Here in this post, we like to recommend an easy-to-use AirPlay recorder for you to save songs from an AirPlay streaming source on Mac. You can rely on it to simply save all types of audios from your Apple Music.

1. How to Use AirPlay Recorder to Save Stream Music

In case you don’t know which AirPlay recorder you should use, here we introduce you with an all-featured video and audio recording tool, FoneLab Screen Recorder to save any streaming music, iTunes radio and other contents with high quality.

Double click the download button above and then follow the instructions to free install and run this AirPlay recorder on your computer. If you want to save the streaming music from an AirPlay source on Mac, here you need to download the Mac version.

Choose the Audio Recorder feature to record AirPlay audio from Apple Music.

airplay recorder interface

When you enter the main interface of Audio Recorder, you need to custom some audio recording settings. To capture AirPlay streaming audio, you’d better turn on the System Sound and turn off the Microphone.

audio recording settings

Open Apple Music and then click Airplay icon on the right side of the volume slider. Now you can choose the specific speaker or TV that you want to play the current audio to. Then you can play the music on your Apple Music.

airplay apple music

Back to the AirPlay recorder and click on the REC button to start recording the streaming audio from AirPlay source. Click the same button to stop the recording process. The recorded AirPlay stream audio will be saved in MP3 or the other format based on your setting.

Besides the AirPlay streaming music, it also allows you to record stream games, online videos, and more with high image and sound quality. Just free download it and have a try.

2. FAQs of AirPlay Recorder PC

Question 1. How do I use AirPlay?

To use AirPlay, you need to put your Apple devices or AirPort Express under the same Wi-Fi network. Then you can Turn on your iOS device and choose the AirPlay feature from Control Center. You can easily arise Control Center by swiping your finger from the bottom of your screen. Now you can see some devices that you can connect to. Tap the name of the device and you can stream content to it.

Question 2. Can you use AirPlay on a smart TV?

To AirPlay content on a smart TV, you need to connect both your iOS device and smart TV to the same Wi-Fi network. Then choose your smart TV from the AirPlay device list. You can also use the Screen Mirroring to mirror entire screen of your iOS device on your smart TV.

Question 3. Does AirPlay use Wi-Fi or Bluetooth?

You need to connect your iOS device and the target device to the same Wi-Fi network. To use AirPlay, you can also rely on Bluetooth or Ethernet. Also, you can use an existing home network setup like a wireless router to use the AirPlay.

Question 4. How do you reset AirPlay?

To reset AirPlay, you need to restart your Apple device. What’s more, you’d better reboot your Wi-Fi router to perform a complete resetting of AirPlay. After that, you can enable AirPlay and re-connect your iOS device to Apple TV or other smart devices.

We have mainly talked about the AirPlay recorder in this post. We recommended an easy-to-use video and audio recorder to save any streaming music from an AirPlay source. If you still have any questions, you can leave us a message in the comment part.

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