It’s not so much a commercial, but a quick segment surrounding the initial ignorance about how long this pandemic would really last. I think it counts in my eyes because it will be used in the radio show our group is producing. I used Logic Pro to compile all the sounds and the fades to create this masterpiece. Voilà!
So I made another bumper but not for the ds106 radio station but for the radio show project in particular, I’m hoping that doesn’t count as the same audio assignment. Anyways, I used Logic Pro to compile all of the sounds and fade ins and outs to make it!
This was literally awful. It was absolutely awful finding all of these sounds and having to listen to them to cut them all together. Honestly, worst few minutes of my entire audio storytelling career, but at least I have an mp3 file that I can abuse my friend’s ears with! Here’s the audio if you dare to listen. In order, the sounds are nails on chalkboard, the one electric dental tool they use on your teeth (you know which one I’m talking about), an alarm to wake up in the morning, and the original phone call ringtone.
For this assignment, I had Funky Galileo, by Sure Sure, stuck in my head so I hummed the entire song to get it out of there. Unfortunately, its too good of a song to leave so I think humming the whole thing made it more engrained in there. Oh well! I used Logic Pro to record my voice and convert it to an mp3. Here it is:
I used freesound.org and Logic Pro to compile all of these sound effects to produce this story. I hope you like it! If anyone is thinking about commenting, tell me what you think the short story is!
For an eight second little mp3 file that I made, this was actually a lot of fun to make. I used my internal microphone and my audio program called Logic Pro that’s built into my computer to complete this assignment. Here it is!