I have been using a program called RIP Vinyl for years, to record off the Internet. It was designed to transfer music from LPs to MP3s. It will automatically stop recording after a predefined pause and create a new file when sound continues. This is ideal for putting an old LP on and having the whole side copied into individual tracks.
I use it to capture radio broadcasts from America. Often the the commercials get put into their own files which I can ignore. The wife and I taught the kid that downloading music is illegal and can get us into trouble but capturing music using a program like RIP Vinyl is the same as taping a TV program on a VCR. Legal and undetectable.
The trial version was a full version but it put a few tones at the beginning of each audio file. It might still be like that. I set it to run and it turns 12 hours of talk radio into anywhere from 50 to 120 mp3 files for me that I prefix with Mon, Tues, etc
It is not an editing program but I have used it to re-sample and the developer was always helpful when I ran into problems. It was very inexpensive, real easy to use and had a small foot print.