Sound recording and editing

Photo by Dennis S. Hurd

Anyone who listens to NPR or talk radio knows the power of a voice recording. There are lots of practical applications for sound recording at a university. Language classes are the primary example. Anthropologists also appreciate lightweight field equipment that is low-tech and non-invasive. Recording a live interview for later transcription is much easier than trying to do it all in real-time.

The Remix website provides several ideas for student projects and assignments that involve sound recording.

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Image credit: Photo by Dennis S. Hurd

[updated August 2018]