Teaching Music Using Audacity | Part 1 – Recording and Editing

✅ VIDEO NOTES

Today’s video is the first in my series about how to use and teach with Audacity. It covers the basics of the app as well as then my first batch of examples about how to use it in teaching music. This includes recording performances and compositions, how to add backing tracks and sing or perform over them, how to balance parts, how to record and create body percussion compositions, which is really useful at this time as well!

 

0:29 Intro

0:48 Installing

1:52 The interface

5:59 Record performances and compositions

8:05 Body percussion recording and arrangement

10:05 The Chimp Paradox

 

📒 VIDEO RESOURCES

Samson Meteor Mic – https://amzn.to/3j8GJK2

 

📒 BOOK MENTIONED

The Chimp Paradox by Prof. Steve Peters – https://amzn.to/34phLBk

 

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I’m Anthony, an educator from Devon, UK. I try to help primary (elementary) educators by making teaching classroom music easier, more fun and raise standards by using technology.

 

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