The ds106 flow includes syndicated 81642 distributed blog posts created by our participants since December 2010 when Jim Groom blogged the idea of ds106 as an open and online experiment.
DS106 just keeps going and going… See where it’s been before.
What does that mean, Merry Hacksters?
Kevin Hodgson visually has shown this for some time, in the style of one of his awesome web comics.
When I had to make a decision concerning a commercial for the ds106 radio project of fall 13, I took the text of Kevin's little comic and spoke the words into a microphone.
After this I opened an audio editing software and in a second track added a groovy sound I've found on freesound.org.
I also tried out some effects like echo and modulation to achieve a richer sound.
The logo for the soundcloud file I've created as my version for a logo for our group, which was anyone supposed to do.
This assignment was to whistle a song to see if anyone can guess it. This audio was fun to do because I always get song stuck in my head. This was fun to do.
This assignment worth 3.5 stars required me to “find a cool, easy to use digital tool online!” and write a brief tutorial on how to use it. Today’s tutorial will be on how to use a YouTube to MP3 converter. I have found this useful in many different assignments, specifically audio assignments. Lets get started! … Continue reading All About A Cool Tool →