Richard Byrne (Free Technology for Teachers) has a great entry up entitled 7 Tools Students Can Use to Create Music Online about creating music using online tools. He writes…
…when creating multimedia digital stories the best way to avoid any kind of copyright issues is to have students create their own sounds and images to include in their projects. Here are some tools that students can use to create their own sounds online.
Then goes on to share some wonderful tools. One of the ones he misses–although someone is quick to point it out in the comments–is one of my favorites, Aviary.com’s Myna Audio Editor
. This is the same tool I shared with participants of Podcast Pizzazz
at the Texas Library Association’s Conference earlier this year.
I liked Myna Audio Editor so much I whipped up a quick tutorial
that appears at the end of my podcasting handout. Please feel free to use it, remix it
as you see fit.
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