When you start your recorder it will begin to record radio channels on Internet. Your music will be saved in a personal directory on Internet. So Even if you'll choose not to create playlists, all the music from the chosen channel, automatically saved.
Although I was very impressed by its performance, I was a bit confused with how am I supposed to know which music I actually have on my directory. Apparently, I will be able to search within the directory by an artist, title or genre, and get top-lists - but it will be presented only after a day or two when the recorder has been active long enough...
Right now recording is in progress, and I have more than 2,900 songs saved in my directory already.
Is it legal?
Chilirec works exactly like a traditional recorder device, but it is virtual and the songs are saved in a personal Internet folder. You will start your personal recorder yourself. All the songs that you collect will be individually marked with recording time, radio channel and identity. If you save a personal copy on your local disk, you can right-click on it and select properties to view this information tag. Chilirec relies on an advanced technical patent pending solution for personal radio recording on Internet.
Update: Saving music even if browser is closed. 25,000 songs and still counting...