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Music Tag

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One of my favorite type of assignments is audio! Lyrics and songs are great ways to tell stories. Have you notice similar themes extend genres… lyrics overlapping. Your task is to create a story by using audio snippets from songs. The trick is you have to have the last word of your clip, be the same word that starts the next clip. Use at least 5 different songs, try to include different genres or decades.

Find all the YouTube videos of your songs and position it to play a little before the part you want to capture.
Use Audacity to record the clips
Edit the Clips Together
Export Your New Story

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Submissions So Far

Audio Assignment: Music Tag (2pts.)- “Sebastian Crane Modern Music Tag.”

Let me start off this post by saying…this should be worth more than 2 stars! It took me a very long time to do this so that the words of the songs matched one another at the end/start points. The songs I chose for this assignment are in my Spotify …

Gloria, digital witness, plays song tag

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songs used:
Patti Smith – Gloria
Mine – Beyonce feat. Drake
Angel – Fleetwood Mac
Ghost Tonight – Chairlift
Digital Witness – St. Vincent

 

Let me tell you, for only being two stars, this assignment was not easy. I was really intrigued when I read about this assignment, but …

Five Songs in One

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I love music and when I was looking through what assignments I could do I came across one called music tag. This one was very challenging because I had to take 5 songs and combine part on them with a connecting word. First, I thought of some songs …

The Riff Off!

Welllll, here is my final audio creation for this week. The assignment description is found here. But when I read it I knew I had to do it. It is exactly like my favorite scene from Pitch Perfect, the Riff Off! How they could think that stuff up on …

Here is How You Rock out Till to Tomorrow

For this assignment we were asked to create a story using audio snippets form songs for the DS106 assignment named Music Tag. This assignment placed more emphasis on the lyrics of each song used and the requirement was that the last word of each clip used had to be …

Music Tag

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The most challenging part of this assignment was going through my iTunes library
and picking out the songs that I wanted to use. Another challenging part of the
assignment was finding words in each song that matched up to each other so it’s
kind of flowed. After that …

Audio Assignments- Music Tag – 3 stars

One of my favorite type of assignments is audio! Lyrics and songs are great ways to tell stories. Have you notice similar themes extend genres… lyrics overlapping. Your task is to create a story by using audio snippets from songs. The trick is you have to have the last word …

Lyric Tag — ???

For this week, I needed to complete a couple of audio assignments from the repository.

When I saw Music Tag, I knew I had to do it. Really, I like anything with mixing music.

This is the assignment description:

 Lyrics and songs are great ways to tell …

Music Tag

So this assignment is called Music Tag. The objective was to to create a story by using audio snippets from songs. The trick is you have to have the last word of your clip, be the same word that starts the next clip. Use at least 5 different songs, …

I’m Not Gonna Write You a Love Song ***

Yes, that’s right. It is Sara Bareilles time! For those of you who may not know (which is probably most), my favorite singer has been and probably always will be Sara. Yeah, I love her so much I like to think that we are on a first name basis. What …

Summary of My Two Assignments

For my first assignment, I choose to do an audio assignment. The blog and tutorial can be found on this blog page with the tutorial.  Music Tag One of my favorite type of assignments is audio!  Lyrics and songs are great … Continue reading

My Assignment 1: Music Tag

Music Tag One of my favorite type of assignments is audio!  Lyrics and songs are great ways to tell stories. Have you notice similar themes extend genres… lyrics overlapping. Your task is to create a story by using audio snippets … Continue reading

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Tutorials So Far

How to Do a Music Tag Tutorial

So welcome to my tutorial for this amazing assignment on how I made my musical tag. Since the story of the project was really long I decided to break it up, so you can read the story part over here.

For starters the first thing you need to …

Summary of My Tutorials

Music Tag -You are going to need Audacity.     2. Music Video -You will need PWNYouTube bookmarklet and Audacity.   I used Screen-O-Matic to make both of these tutorials. The links will take you to my blog about the assignment and the assignments themselves.

My Assignment 1: Music Tag

Music Tag One of my favorite type of assignments is audio!  Lyrics and songs are great ways to tell stories. Have you notice similar themes extend genres… lyrics overlapping. Your task is to create a story by using audio snippets … Continue reading