Three Easy Ways for Students to Make Short Audio Recordings – No Email Required
Earlier this week I addressed an email from a reader who was looking for recommendations for tools that her primary school students can utilize to make short audio recordings. Since many elementary school students do not have active email addresses, I recommended some tools that dont require any registration or log-in. In the video consisted of at the end of this blog site post I demonstrate how to use the following complimentary tools to produce short audio recordings.
Its extremely basic to use. You can listen to your recording before downloading it as an MP3. If you dont like your recording you can create a brand-new one by just refreshing the Vocaroo.com homepage and starting again.
One of those functions is the capability to stop briefly a recording in development and resume it when I want to. The other feature is the option to cut the dead air at the start and end of a recording.
Twisted WaveTwisted Wave provides much more features than either of the tools pointed out above. At its many fundamental level you can still simply head to the site, launch the recorder, begin talking, and then export your recording as an MP3 all without producing an account on the website. For those who are looking for a way to save audio straight into Google Drive, Twisted Wave provides that ability..
View this video for a short introduction of all 3 of the services pointed out above..
Earlier this week I responded to an email from a reader who was looking for ideas for tools that her primary school trainees can use to make short audio recordings. Considering that the majority of primary school students dont have active email addresses, I recommended some tools that do not require any registration or log-in. In the video consisted of at the end of this article I demonstrate how to utilize the following free tools to produce brief audio recordings. Those tools are Vocaroo, Online Voice Recorder, and Twisted Wave..