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Using an Online Recording Tool for Music, Podcasts, Audio Recordings, and More!

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Would like to learn about a free, collaborative tool that you and your students can use for audio recording and more? Soundtrap can be used to create podcasts, compose music, and record songs, as well as for a variety of other applications that help make learning stick. Join Google Certified Innovator Sarah Thomas as she provides an overview of how to use the tool, along with suggestions for using it in your classroom. Whether you teach music or any other subject, you will discover how this great tool can enhance your classroom and your students' skills.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Wednesday, March 7, 2018 @ 5:30 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Digital Media, Podcasting, Tools for Student Projects, Web Tool Overviews
Tags: audio recordings, collaboration, composing music, creativity, music, podcasts, soundtrap

Reviews (14)

Very useful information!
Full Member
Awesome! Thanks so much! I'm going to experiment with my beginning band students making "backing tracks" to play with!
Full Member
Excellent presentation.
so much fun! I can't believe this is free!
Online recording works well. Thank you
Full Member
This sounds like a great program that my students will have fun and be creative in a safe manner.
Basic Member
Useful presenation
Full Member
This is very useful to help my ESL students. Thanks.
This is very useful to help my ESL students. Thanks.
Full Member
I do teach younger students. I was glad for the input for the classroom account. I was also glad to hear about it as a tool for making podcasts.
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