Making Your Own Voiceover (Jingle)

Making your own voiceover (jingle) 

Larry Ballereau
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Syosset high school

TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed:

Multimedia/Digital Media

Level:

9-12 high school

Equipment:

Computer running digital multitrack software,headphones, soundcard

Duration:

80 min Minutes

Prior Knowledge and Skills:

Editing and importing digital audio into a multitrack audio program
Mixing several tracks of audio together

NAfME Standards of 1994 Addressed:

NAfME Standards of 1994: Composing and Arranging Music within specified guidelines.

NAfME 2014: Creating 

NAfME Standards of 1994: Listening to, analyzing and describing music.
NAfME Standards of 1994: Evaluating music and music performances.

NAfME 2014: Responding 

NAfME Standards of 1994: Understanding relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

NAfME 2014: Connections

Materials:

Computer with soundcard(audio interface), headphones , digital audio multitrack software(pro tools), a cd of any music
A 45 second recored voiceover as a AIFF file

Objectives:

The students will be able to edit a voiceover(jingle) add music to the jingle by Importing cd audio.
The students will be able to hear a jingle at 45 seconds and edit it to 30 seconds in length .
Students will be able to combind jingle audio mixed at 30 seconds with their CD audio imported into the audio multitrack .

Procedures:

-Students will be given an AIFF file containing a voiceover that is 45 seconds in length.
-Students will open Pro tools, a new session,create an audio track.
-Students will import the AIFF file of the voiceover into the new track.
Students will see that the track is 45 seconds in length.
Students will edit out all wrong words and pauses in the voiceover making it 30 seconds in length or close to it.
Students will import CD audio on Two more tracks and make a mix of the CD audio and Voiceover audio

Evaluation:

Students learn the importance of editing,importing audio and mixing
Students will learn to understand how important music is combined with a voiceover.

Follow Up:

Working with more digital audio (importing, editing)

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