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  1. @JHolburd

    Bumping in the Night

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    This bumper is for AudioAssignments2616, part of our radio show that we’re putting together. I don’t want to give any more away so suffice it to say, I found two pieces of sound: background music and birds chirping. Then I recorded a message to keep listening to Radio7 for the continuation of the broadcast story. […]
  2. @Bendire Thrasher

    Disco Siri Takes One For The Team

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    “Now that we have a #ds106 radio up and running creating a 15 to 30 second bumper for the station. What is a bumper? It is a short recording that identifies the radio station with signature music or an expression that makes sure the listeners know what they are tuned into (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bumper_(broadcasting)). So for ds106 […]
  3. @wade_764

    Good Morning @ds106 !!!

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    So it should be very apparent where I drew my inspiration for this assignment. If it is not, please watch this movie, Good Morning, Vietnam! I had fun making this intro, although to say it put me outside my comfort would be an understatement.I hope that this brought some laughter and helped to add some extra enthusiasm to the listening audience!This week ought to be a lot of fun! Here is the actual quote from the movie as well. “Good morning, Vietnam! Hey, this is not a test. This is rock and roll. Time to rock it from the delta to the DMZ! Is…
  4. @HumIsDum

    Galactic Empirical Radio Bumper

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    by Thomas Pulsifer As part of the assignments for week 5, we’ve been given the task of creating a radio bumper. Having plenty of audacity experience, I was excited to begin messing around with sound effects to see what I could come up with. Though I originally intended to create a parody of generic, obnoxiousContinue reading "Galactic Empirical Radio Bumper"

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