Thursday, April 28, 2011

Music Editing for Language Lessons

music editing softwareWe recently found a series of videos made by a WavePad user as a guide for people just getting started with audio editing, and for using sound editing software to support use of music in language lessons. While many of the basics are covered in our WavePad video tutorials as well, if there is one thing I have learned, it is that sometimes hearing the same thing in a slightly different way can really help you pick it up. If you are looking for another source to help you ease into audio editing, you should check out this series of 7 videos covering some WavePad audio editing basics:
  1. Select and cut
  2. Splitting and trimming
  3. Saving files in different sound formats
  4. Changing audio track speed
  5. Changing audio track pitch
  6. Using slower speeds and looping to teach sections of a song
  7. Copying edited clips to a new file
So whether you are teaching or learning songs in another language, or you have any other audio projects, be sure that you have WavePad Audio Editor on hand. You never know when it might come in handy.

1 comment:

  1. Hey :) I gotta say that this is one of the most useful blogs I've encountered. It's full of FAQ's and links to useful programs, So thanks, I hope you keep up the nice work.


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