Cannot remember now if the component that is needed is within the foobar core or not, what I do is set up a playlist "streaming", then go to the stations website, copy the address for the stream (usually mp3, but other formats are supported, like the various ones that paradise radio uses)and paste the address in: File - add location.Works for me.
Sorry, but I´m a noob in these settings: you mean, creating a playlist called "streaming" ? Am I going to listen the radio, real time
Create a Radio Playlist on Foobar1- Click View/PlaylistManager2- Right-Click on playlist manager or go CTRL+N3- Click F2 to rename4- Now to build a series of stations >> see 5-5- Find radio station url on sites below or similar:[download the m3u or pls playlist; open in a text editor and find url] (sometimes radio stations website give their URLother times it is harder to find)Go to >> http://www.shoutcast.com/internet-radio http://www.listenlive.eu/http://www.australianliveradio.com/6- It will look like this for example: http://184.108.40.206:8036/ 7-In Foobar go CTRL+U and add url 8- Repeat with as many urls as you want9- CTRL+S to save playlist for example treat yourself to a Classical Radio Station in flac http://radio.cesnet.cz:8000/cro-d-dur.flac
This reply seems to quote whether I asked for it or not.I have used the procedure but repeatedly get an unrecognized file type when the url link-- in my case ancientfm.radio.net is present in the playlist window.F2 doesn't want to work at all