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  1. karenatsharon

    Remote Elementary and Secondary Teaching

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    It's been awhile so forgive me for the long post but I feel I have to write something in the age of Zoom and remote emergency teaching because I am hearing a lot of horror stories coming from parents about what has been sent home and how much screen ti...
  2. @tabbycat07

    What’s Your Story?

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    It`s all about sounds and what kind of story they make. For this audio assignment, I picked out 6 different sounds, from freesound.org, and tuned them together with Audacity. Figuring out Audacity was a little tricky because I had to figure out what all the different buttons were and where to clip the sound at Read More
  3. @Chris_tastrophe

    “DS106: What Really Happened?”

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     Well It’s Here Folks… I can’t believe the actual end to this class is here. It’s been a long, rewarding semester, and I’m not sure I’ve created so much in my entire life before. It’s addicting, and I could see myself returning to daily.ds106.us and theend106.com for new challenges periodically. In this class, I learned that I truly love […]
  4. @Chris_tastrophe

    It’s a Wrap!

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    Well it was certainly a journey – thank you to all of the great group members I worked with: Katie, Jenn, and Daniel. We spent the early week recording our audio, and the remainder of the time editing (which took a long time). Especially when we misplaced one of our fully edited episodes. Jenn was awesome and […]
  5. @Chris_tastrophe

    Wool: Sounds From the Silo

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    Create a Place Listen to be transported into Hugh Howey’s world of Wool. These sounds emulate a multi-level society that survives underground in a giant vertical silo, all floors connected by one spiraling metal staircase.   Behind the Scenes I knew the silo would be an interesting choice because of the metal, its vertical layout, […]
  6. @Chris_tastrophe

    Fictional Nuclear Emergency Broadcast

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    My Frequency 2156 Submission I decided to emulate a military emergency broadcast for our Frequency 2156 world’s radioactive state:   Behind the Scenes I wrote up a script to read and recorded my audio using an external USB microphone into Audacity. From there, I modulated my voice to sound radio-like by following this unprofessional, but […]

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