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  1. @mto_morgan

    Radio Show Progress

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    We are now officially done with the radio show! Check it out here: I worked on the interview portion of the show. Last week we compiled most of the audio needed to complete the show this week. This week we essentially completed the show by adding everything together and adding more audio when necessary. We start the show with some […]
  2. @jclark22umw

    Radio Show Week 2: The Final Product

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    Check out our Radio Show! It’s linked below. ? This last week of our midterm project went fairly easy! My internet was not working Monday and Tuesday, but, thankfully, that does not interrupt the recording process. Once it came back, all I had to do was download my sounds from the BBC sound effects library […]

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  3. @MaddySlunt

    Radio Show Week Two Summary

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    I felt very lazy this week. The group I worked with did an amazing job planning ahead and assigning roles the weekend atfer the groups were formed. I was simply supposed to create my design poster, create a bumper, create a commercial, and recording my 5-ish minute long story. I finished all of these components… Continue reading Radio Show Week Two Summary
  4. @ari_squared

    Radio Bu-Bum-Bumpin Pt. 2

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    Assignment For my first Audio Assignment of week 7 I chose to re-do my ds106 radio bumper: Radio Bu-Bum-Bumpin. 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 […]
  5. @ari_squared

    Radio Show Promo: Ariel

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    Assignment My first and only Design Assignment for week 7 is not in the #ds106 Assignment Bank. Under Radio Show Design Project on the weeks 7 & 8 assignments post each student is assigned with creating a promo poster for their radio show. Summary: A blog post for your radio show poster/bumper sticker/logo etc. Write […]
  6. @Conner44769274

    Radio Show Poster

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    This week we are focusing on assignments for our audio show! My groups show is going to be about our funny childhood stories so we’re all designing posters based on this visual assignment. Even though it’s a visual assignment we’re molding it to fit our design needs. Once everyone has their individual posters done, we’re […]
  7. @jclark22umw

    Radio Show Week 1: The Search for Inspiration

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    My group for the radio show project consists of myself, Madeline, Maddy (Dede), and Rosemary. We are doing a show on childhood memories. Once we had established our group, we made a group chat and had a zoom meeting on Sunday afternoon to divvy out jobs and discuss ideas for our individual segments of the […]

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  8. @jclark22umw

    Save the Turtles

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    For my second audio assignment this week, I created this commercial for our radio show. I used the 80’s commercial assignment, but bent it to fit a commercial that would go with the story I am sharing on the show. I used BandLab to create this commercial, and used sounds from BBC’s sound effect library. […]

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  9. @jclark22umw

    Radio Bumper 2.0

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    For the upcoming radio show project, I created this bumper using Audacity. It may sound familiar, I used the same music as I did for my first bumper that I made for ds106 radio! Because our idea was inspired by a Disney channel bit, I thought the upbeat, exciting music fit our idea, as well […]

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  10. @jclark22umw

    Are You Ready for Some Memories?

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    Our group is excited to share some childhood memories with you all for our radio show project. The idea was inspired by a bit on Disney Channel where stars would share important memories and time in their lives with the audience. Our show will be called Stories of our Stories: A Trip Down Memory Lane. […]

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  11. @MaddySlunt

    Radio Show Week One Summary

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    Going into this radio show group assignment, I was really nervous and anxious because I didn’t think I was going to produce anything that I am proud of because I have never liked my voice on recordings and I have never had any confidence completing assignments like this. I am now writing this after having… Continue reading Radio Show Week One Summary
  12. @rachelds106

    What’s Their Damage?

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    Hey everyone, I hope you’re staying healthy and safe! I’m really excited about the radio show my group put together. After meeting in person the week before spring break, we came up with a plan about how we were going to tackle the show. Most of our work was done in Google Docs (such as gathering the information on the criminals we’d be covering, figuring out what type of commercials and design elements we’d make). We all made our own logos/stickers/posters in Canva (mine is shown above) and we created our own bumpers and commercials for the show as well. I created a bumper about self-defense classes since and advertised for self- defense against criminals like the ones we discuss! For all the audio I created, I used Audacity (which by this project I finally feel very comfortable with). Since we, unfortunately, got sent home, we weren’t able to meet in person and record the show together as we had originally planned. Instead, I recorded my main part of the project (the information about Jeffrey Dahmer) at home, using my sister’s high tech microphone (she likes to sing/record music so that’s why she has it). Here’s a picture of it if you’re curious to see what it looks like! It looks pretty simple, but it was very sensitive and picked up so much background […]

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