Here is all of my posts for the week – So far this was my favorite week. I had a really rough week outside of school so this was a healthy outlet for me. As usual, the daily creates a good way for me to do something creative without feeling like I have to make it perfect or getting overwhelmed. The daily create about the old illustrations was my favorite
I used a website called Piktochart to make a poster online. I included all the main details like the school, the class, the description, and the name of the show. I made sure it was pretty simple, just so people would get the idea of the what was happening!
Both of my audio assignments are relevant to my group’s radio show! The first one is me advertising the 1985 NBA Finals with an 80s sounding introduction. I used the real player names and the real network. Spoiler, the Lakers won. The second one I took an 80s hip hop beat and made a simple bumper for the radio show! I made both in audio and took audio from YouTube
So far, this has been my favorite week of class. I was getting pretty tired of the routine of a weekly lesson and then a few assignments. For the radio show, I met my group on Twitter. One team member tweeted about wanting a group and had one classmate reply. Professor Bond then retweeted them, and I was able to reach out. Afterward, two other members joined our group for
Here are the links to all my posts this week: Audio creation definitely was the hardest unit for me so far. There is definitely a learning curve for digital audio creation because there are lot of softwares and tools. I think I could have spent more time this week learning but it was just hard for me to get into it because I am not very good at using computers.
This week I did 3 audio assignments. Make it 800% slower was pretty straightforward. I took a part of a song (a.lone by XXXTENTACION), and in Audacity, the recommended software, I used “change tempo”. The slowed down clip sounds real choppy but I saw somebody explain in the Youtube comment section that this is the software’s fault. It doesn’t sound that good but that’s fine because I learned how to