Sound Editing for Oral Historians

The second project in the Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) was to put together a short course, explaining the basics of sound editing so that local, oral historians – using the free program, Audacity, could edit and present their work. Of course this is equally applicable to music.

Here it is…

Sound Editing in Audacity for Oral Historians

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  1. This course, although aimed at oral historians, could be really useful to teachers who have seen the Audacity icon on their computer, but don’t yet know what it can do. Much of the content would be directly useful in creating podcasts, for example. I will be drumming up some readers for you, I think!

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