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Make Noise from a Normal Sample

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Submitted by: Drake Dragone

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Make Noise!! The title is pretty self explanitory. Take a recognizable song or sound, and then turn it into a completely unrecognizable sound. For example, take a dog barking and make it sound like tv static. This can be accomplished using any DAW (digital audio workspace, for those unaware) or some online audio editor.

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ds106 ‘Make Noise from a Normal Sample’ #2

I recently joined ds106 as an open participant, whilst conducting a very small scale micro-ethnographic study of ds106 as part of the Education and Digital Cultures (EDC) course (#mscedc).

This is my second try at Make Noise from a Normal Sample.

I recorded the original myself …

ds106 ‘Make Noise from a Normal Sample’ #1

I recently joined ds106 as an open participant, whilst conducting a very small scale micro-ethnographic study of ds106 as part of the Education and Digital Cultures (EDC) course (#mscedc).

I’m new to all this, but trying my hand at a few of the assignments, such as Make

Is that an Alien?

Is it an Alien? What is it trying to communicate to us? Is it friendly like E.T. or does it want to destroy us? It’s actually a snoring Frenchie! Take a listen down below. She’s friendly and will accepts snacks. For this assignment, I recorded my Frenchie sleeping. Yes, her …

What’s that song?!

This assignment is related to our class theme, the 80’s.

Can anyone guess the original 80’s song this is?

Click here for the original assignment! …

What is this sound?

I thought this would be a fun activity to do, so I decided I wanted to do this assignment. It is always fun playing with the clips and changing their original sounds. Sometimes, I can hear something within the completely mayhem after the clip’s been edited, and it’s one of …

Song distortion

This is the original link to the assignment. I chose a song from freesounds.org and dowloaded and brought it into Audacity. I messed with the effects. I used fade out at the end, echo, phaser, base adjuster. The song does not sound the same. I had fun with this project!…

Door to Jurassic Park

In another instant classic audio assignment, the goal is to take a simple everyday noise and make it not so “simple” and “everyday”. My mind couldn’t really grasp both sides at once for something that could turn into something else, so I left it up to fate. I look …

Dead Sound Bite

I took the intro sound of TMG’s “Deadbeat” and turned it into something new!…

Make Noise!

https://soundcloud.com/user-102797114/george-strait-the-chair-official-music-video-hd

I chose the song “The Chair” by George Strait. I used the platform Audacity to mess with the song. I went under effects and used distortion, phaser, fade in, fade out, etc. It was neat listening to the different changes applied. This is the original link for this assignment

Make Noise from A Normal Sample

For 3 stars: Make Noise!! The title is pretty self explanitory. Take a recognizable song or sound, and then turn it into a completely unrecognizable sound. For example, take a dog barking and make it sound like tv static. This can be accomplished using any DAW (digital audio workspace, for …

Brand New Sound

This is the Make Noise From a Normal Sample assignment worth 3 stars. This required me to find a song or sound and remix it to the point where it is nothing like it’s original sound. For this assignment, I decided I really wanted to use the sound from Naruto …

Distorted Sounds

I was actually really excited about this assignment because I felt like it allowed me to learn more about Garageband, the app I am using for all audio assignments. For this 3.0-star assignment we were asked to
take a recognizable song or sound, and then turn it into a completely …

What’s That Sound?

The instructions for the “Make Noise From a Normal Sample” assignment were to “Make Noise!! The title is pretty self explanatory. Take a recognizable song or sound, and then turn it into a completely unrecognizable sound. For example, take a dog barking and make it sound like tv static. This …

Guess that appliance!

For my second audio assignment this week I decided to do a two star assignment called make noise from a normal sample. This assignment asked that…

Make Noise!! The title is pretty self explanitory. Take a recognizable song or sound, and then turn it into a completely unrecognizable sound. …

Make a Noise

For this assignment I used Freesound.org to get a doorbell sound and then used Audacity to edit it and make a new noise out of the original doorbell sound.

make sure to drink your telephone mbm

for this assignment i took the recognizable sound of someone drinking water and edited it to sound static. i used my iPhone voice memos to record me drinking water, from the umw-logoed bottle that i used as my image. i then used garage band and the telephone-vocal filer to alter …

Make Noise from a Normal Sample

I made this sample without listening to it first. I just started changing things to make it a more unique sound.

In order of what I did:

Increased the sound
Moved the toggle more to the left ear
Generated chirp
Changed the rhythm track
The tempo from 120 to 169.0…

Techno Beethoven

For this assignment (4.5 stars), I wanted to find some music and make it sound totally different. I started by searching for music on free sound and found this Beethoven remix. I decided to use this because I knew it was a very recognizable sound that would be a …

Normal Noise

To do this assignment, I took a sound track that I had recorded from the Jepson Fountain and turned it into a robot sound.

I thought working with a continuous sound would be hard to distort but it was a lot simpler than I had expected. I changed the …

Distorting a Noise to Sound Like Lasers

For this assignment I was instructed to create or manipulate an audio file in a way that would distort it, basically making it sound like something totally and completely different. I was watching Star Wars on Netflix while looking through assignments and while watching I was listening to the sound …

Wavy Seashells

 

Hey all!

For this assignment (Assignment 2298) I decided to create something using a sound from freesounds.org as my basis. The name of the original sound is “Drums Trap Beat”. I downloaded this song from the website and then opened up Audacity. Audacity is very easy to use, and …

Train Horn….dIStoRTeD

One of the audio assignments that I selected was to take a normal sound and distort it.  Here is a Train Horn distorted!

 

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From Laughing to Crying

As one of my assignments I completed the Make Noise From a Normal Sample assignment (4 stars). I was nervous for this one because I wasn’t sure how to turn the noise into something meaningful rather than just static. After further thought, I decided to play with the audio of …

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Tutorials So Far

Yowie Call

As with the last post, I decided to work on my radio show when my group was still deciding on the parts such as the bumper, etc. I decided to work on another noise in the story that is not the background, as while the noise comes from somewhere not …

A Ghostly Siren

The Noise I Made:

The Original Audio I used:

So, for this assignment, I used my roommate’s electric pencil sharpener as the noise to change. Not only is it something we all recognize (I’m everyone has heard an electric pencil sharpener), but it is a steady noise, which makes distorting …