13 Posts Tagged "AudioAssignments"

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Dorothy and Robert Mix It Up

This should be the last piece of media for my Dorothy ds106 story. I have been wanting to the dialog mashup assignment since I heard the first examples from listening to the stellar examples from The Truth’s episode of Movie Mashups: As demonstrated by the Movies Mashup episode of the radio show The Truth, take […]

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What Car to Buy (ds106 might help)

cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by cogdogblog As we move into audio week, I wanted to whip together a quick example of a ds106 assignment just in case students are having trouble in Audacity. I hit the random button a few times in the audio assignments and ended up on Theme Verse: […]

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ds106 Radio Bumper 4 pack

For the second audio assignment this week for our UMW students in ds106, they are asked to get their toes wet in some audio editing by the assignment for creating a bumper for ds106 radio. Just in case you do not know, ds106 is the only online course, massive or not, that has its own […]

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Lover Bird Calls

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I took a spin on the random button for the ds106 audio asignments and ha ha ha, I got one I had submitted, Character Bird Calls:

Like some people use special whistles to attract birds, your task is to create an 30 second or less audio file that might be used to “call” a particular character from a movie, tv, or real life. It cannot feature voices, but sounds only (try http://freesounds.org). Write a description why this sound would be attractive to the character, why it would be effective (be inventive, write a story about it).

(Stranglely the example I did, Calling Dr Oliver never got added, hmmmm).

So began to consider maybe a pair of characters calling each other, who might that be? My brain mulled back to the childhood TV shows I watched, so here is my bird call (details below the fold) (don’t peek)?

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Go Tom Go

cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by cogdogblog Jumping into the ds106 audio, assignments, I wanted to take on ones that had few takers so far- and I remain stumped why Suess It was not given some ds106 attention: Take a Dr. Suess book, or perhaps the Berenstain Bears, or one of your […]

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Walk in the Woods: a ds106 Sound Story

cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by cogdogblog I made this demo for my students to show them Audacity and basic editing for the Sound Effects Story assignment: Tell a story using nothing but sound effects. There can be no verbal communication, only sound effects. Use at least five different sounds that you […]