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A great little app – iTalk and Karen Buck’s faux pas

No, I’m not being paid to advertise this. I genuinely, genuinely think I’ve stumbled upon a great free recording app that all journalists should know about. I found iTalk by literally searching for “free voice recording” on my iPhone, after … Continue reading

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How to use audio to enhance reality…a better vomit splatter

I am pretty impressed with the perfect (and yet unplanned) timing of my previous audio but think it needs a bit of help. This next one is the same clip but with a vomit sound effect from a sound effect website added as … Continue reading

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Drunk woman throws up during alcohol awareness interview

Last week I interviewed 18-year-old Harrison McCormack for an issue feature about young people drinking. He suggested that we meet in a pub for the interview and so we did. We decided to sit in the beer garden so as … Continue reading

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Experimenting with audio – Ellie Buchdahl records, cuts, tinkers with and uploads audio online

After months of blogging about online audio, I decided to actually have a go myself. And, as an impoverished student in (yes, we know) a struggling profession, have a go as cheaply as possible. I decided to start simple – … Continue reading

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Can you guess what it is yet? accidental recordings

It has to be the most commonly done faux pas as far as dictaphones are concerned – accidentally recording something by pressing a button whilst it is in your bag. Yes, we know there is a ‘lock’ function, but no, we don’t … Continue reading

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