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Recording System Sound with SoundFlower and Quicktime

Here’s a quick tutorial for hijacking the system sound of your Mac, and recording the audio to Quicktime. Soundflower is an application that works with the computer’s audio, acting as a submixer in a sense you can redirect audio to other applications. 1. After launching Soundflower, select the Built-In output so you can monitor sounds […]

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CUNY Weeks 6-7 – Time to Make Some Hideous Sounds

A remix of cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by WordRidden & cc licensed ( BY SD ) flickr photo shared by Martin Lopatka. For the next two weeks our class will be exploring the use of audio to create projects and tell stories.  In class yesterday we got off to a good […]

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Digital Storytelling Teaching and Learning

Week 5 – DS106 What’s that I Hear? – Can You Dig It!

This week starts our introduction to using sound for digital storytelling. We’re going to be learning some new tools, finding audio samples, recording our own sounds/voice, and use them to work on some projects from the ds106 audio assignment bank. And most awesomely we will consider broadcasting our projects and experiences on ds106 radio. To […]

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Do It Now!

I have to admit this became more of a dabbling with “found sounds” rather than what I’d think normally as working with sound effect clips. But I couldn’t help myself as I really enjoyed looking through the open catalog of freesound.org. This little piece started while trying to manage a moment of personal frustration. Not […]