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  1. @ari_squared

    Radio Bu-bum-bumpin

    Assignment The #ds106 radio bumper assignment is required for week 5. Summary: 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 […]
  2. @AJSt0rm

    Radio Bumper

    You may not realize it but you’ve probably heard thousands of radio bumpers over the years. A radio bumper is usually something specific to the radio that mentions the name (sometimes in a catchy tune) and station number. For example, WGTS 91.9, a family-friendly, Christian radio in D.C. might play something like this: Another example …
  3. @jclark22umw

    Radio Bumper!


    Here is my radio bumper! I downloaded a free sound cloud song (linked below). And use audacity to crop it. Then, I created a new recording and said my introduction for the radio station. Once I had that recording timed/placed where I wanted it I selected the section before the intro and had it fade […]

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  4. @mwolfindale

    ds106radio bumper

    I recently joined ds106 as an open participant, whilst conducting a very small scale micro-ethnographic study of ds106 as part of the Education and Digital Cultures (EDC) course (#mscedc). I have been following along with week five of UMW Spring 2020 and was inspired while listening to ds106radio this week, and hearing everyone’s radio bumpers, to try my hand at the …

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  5. @IezziHannah

    Radio Bumper

    For this assignment I created a bumper for my upcoming radio show. I used GarageBand and uploaded it on my SoundCloud. I used sound I downloaded from Free Sounds. I used the robot voice to overlap a normal recording to create the sound and then duplicated it a few seconds later. And here is the […]

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