πŸ’¬ At the Arts Gala: Making Stories with Sound

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Maybe my favorite media thing to teach is audio editing, because it’s typically fat from most people’s experiences. With an offer from Cori to do a session at the Arts Gala event for the Prairies South School Division, I had the chance to bring this as a workshop to high school students who gathered recently at the school in Gravelbourg.

Thank you for sharing Alan. I find it funny that it seems to be easier to record/edit video on the web than it does to record audio? I had not heard of Bear Audio. You might be interested in Eric Curts post associated with online audio recording. Another virtual option is this 808 style drum machine. Oh and I really like the look and sound of PixelSynth.

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  1. Thanks Aaron. There’s no shortage of tools for recording audio (another simple one is Hya-Wave
    https://wav.hya.io/ and Sodaphonic https://sodaphonic.com/), then put on top the plethora of smart phone audio recorders (where you often end up dealing with a range of file formats). The interfaces tend to be– well often cumbersome, though the high school students I worked with figured it out without too much effort.

    I wish there were more web-based editors than can do multi-track editing. Maybe Soundation https://soundation.com/

    And yes, PixelSynth is a lot of fun to explore… again, there are so many virtual instruments!

    And yes, I had flitted by PixelSynth

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