For my part of the radio show, I chose to talk about the recent Thor Ragnorok trailers. I had to look through various trailers to have out that would sound good for the listening audience with the announcer mention the characters involved. After I planned a script on what I would talk about in the trailer and give a brief summary of the movie. I used my phone as my microphone and edited the audio files with Audacity. Here’s the final product of the radio show:
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Making a fictional Radio Ad, I figure that I make a fictional Coke ad for this assignment. I used Audacity for this assignment and most of the sound effects used are from Freesound.org
Well, this is interesting. For this assignment, I thought of confronting the Joker to plan an attack on Batman. The editing was done with Audacity and the sound clips were downloaded from Soundboard.com
Lots of sound editing this week with Audacity. The DS106 radio show I turn out for played Jessica Jones in audio. This experience led me to appreciate the background music used in the show itself.
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A superhero show where we talk about the current news on superheroes is an interesting thing to do. We can cover lots of media like comics or upcoming movies. Another interesting idea is theory crafting on the upcoming superhero content, there is no limit how outlandish the theory can be. This just prolongs the radio show and generates interest in the process.
Yes absolutely! We can use audiobooks as an example. Audiobook services like Audible are extremely popular now. At this time and age, people are just too busy with their daily life, it’s very convenient to turn on Audible driving and make the drive more satisfying. Audible doesn’t only have books but also audio only comedy sketch in their subscription. I can see this type of media incorporated with Audible.
For this assignment, I had to take fragments of a song (under one second) and put them together. Then people try to guess what all the songs are. The assignment said to use six songs, but I ended up using nine. I took short fragments of the nine different songs and combined them.
For this assignment, I tried recreating the T-Rex breakout scene from Jurassic Park. I downloaded the sound effect online and used Audacity for this assignment. It starts out in a rainy weather, you can hear the stomping and growling. Then the T-Rex breaks out from the enclosure, smashes a car, and gives out its iconic roar.