10_Multimedia - Lab 10 Multimedia The purpose of this lab...

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Lab 10: Multimedia The purpose of this lab is to give you some exposure to a program which allows you to manipulate sound and to a second program which can be used to add sound to a movie. It is also intended to give you experience in one way you can create a web page with links and post it to your school website. The instructions look long because I have written them in great detail , so that hopefully you will be able to follow them easily. For this lab you can use GarageBand , or if you are familiar with another program like IMovie, FinalCut Pro or Avid MediaComposer that you want to use, you may use that. I will only describe how to do the project using GarageBand. The basic assignment is to add sound to a video and to post it on your school website. The finished video should be between 30 and 60 seconds long. The tools for completing this lab are available in both the Music Lab in the Tech Center and in Lab 1 in the basement of Rock Hall. A second aspect of the assignment is that at least one sound you use should have been manipulated in some way using a program, or created using a program. That is, simply recording sound and video simultaneously and posting a link to it is not sufficient. The sound which you add to your video should be manipulated in some way using a program such as Audacity, Peak, Metasynth, or generated by a sound synthesis program or by GarageBand using its software instruments. Either follow my direct instructions on using Audacity (below) or use a piece of software with which you are familiar. There are a several ways you could go about making a video. You could create your sound first, then edit the video to match the sound, or you could create a video, then edit sound to match the video. You could also preplan both the sound and the video, then create them in whatever order you wanted and then put them together. This last method can take quite a bit more time, especially if you are less familiar with the editing tools. In the more detailed instructions for this lab, I will assume that the video is already created and that you will be editing sound to fit the video. You may use whatever method you would like to complete the lab. If you are already familiar with applications with which you can complete the project, you may use those programs. In that case, as long as you turn in a link to your school web page, which has a link to a 30-60 second video including sound which you manipulated or created, that is sufficient. Note that this lab is not intended to consume large amounts of your time learning to use an unfamiliar piece of software. We haven't had the time in class, nor lab time together to look at working with specific applications, so I will be as complete as possible in this lab, describing how to complete the lab using the programs I have chosen to describe. I am providing some files for you to work with, so you don't have to spend
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