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Audio 2

Some ideas for the audio assignment: go ahead and download Audacity with the LAME encoder (both free) as mentioned on the first handout. Be sure you know where the encoder is installed, as noted. That’s what allows you to export to .MP3 so you can post it on your blog.

While you’re at it, get Switch (also free) so that you can convert your .WMA files from the Olympus recorder to .MP3 to import into Audacity.

If you don’t have Switch, you could still have the Audacity project and work on it in lab. It consists of two parts:  the .AUP project file, and a folder that Audacity makes with all the clips, or “data.” So if I named my project

beatty_audio.aup the folder would be

To work on that elsewhere you’d need both parts.

Finally, according to, you would need to pay for extra space to upload audio (.org sites do not). Let me know if that is still the case with your blogs. If so, we will FTP the file to La Salle’s Web server and link to it.  To link, see the instructions in the WordPress link in this graf.

That page says you should get a player/controller. I’m just getting a link so far:

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