Digital storytelling can choose several sorts. Recording an audio-only job interview using a smartphone is one particular of the most straightforward approaches to file a family members oral record job interview, but as soon as you’ve recorded the interview, where do you share the file on-line? If you shell out for a industrial net host to share your audio job interview, you have to preserve paying a regular or yearly cost to retain the connected file obtainable for many others on the Planet Broad World-wide-web to obtain. If you write-up to a “free” world-wide-web service, that internet site (like Posterous, AudioBoo, and other folks) may well go offline, get acquired out, or delete all your content for another rationale. How can we each SHARE and Protect essential audio electronic stories, so they can remain on line for many years even right after we’ve died and no one is spending a world-wide-web hosting payment to share the documents? The Audio Archive of the Online Archive (archive.org) is one selection, but YouTube is yet another. In this post, I’ll share how to use a totally free YouTube account and the absolutely free iOS application “Voice File Professional” to share an audio-only file on YouTube.
As a center faculty media literacy trainer, I really like instructing my learners how to carry out relatives oral heritage interviews. This 3 moment movie highlights the techniques for recording and applying the iOS app, “Voice History Pro” for an audio interview.
Regardless of whether you file your audio job interview with the Voice Record Pro app or another application / website / software program, you can use Voice Document Professional to convert the audio file into a Movie FILE which includes a solitary graphic that is shown throughout the period of the audio job interview’s playback. The following is an instance audio job interview initially recorded and shared with the free Storycorps app. It’s an job interview I recorded with my mother, Angie Fryer, back in 2016, when she talked about how she grow to be a trainer and her early days of educating in Abilene, Texas, and Mesquite, Texas. This movie on YouTube is now a “cross-post” of the audio file hosted free of charge by StoryCorps in their audio archive.
Extra illustrations of “Audio Stories” like this one particular, shared on YouTube, are accessible on this YouTube playlist from Storychasers.
This 11 moment tutorial highlights how to use Voice Report Professional to share an audio file on YouTube like all those joined previously mentioned.
Extra methods about making and sharing oral history interviews and digital tales are available on the “audio interview” and “electronic storytelling” pages of ShowWithMedia.com. Also check out www.storychasers.org for illustrations and means for electronic storytelling, in particular using a smartphone or pill pc.
“Share Audio on YouTube” (CC BY 2.) by Wesley Fryer
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