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Online Resources for Sharing Audio
Share and capture sounds in seconds or upload audio you’ve already created. Publish to social networks or embed your sounds on your site.
– “channels new work and voices to public radio through the Internet, and discusses that work, and encourages more. Transom is a performance space, an open editorial session, an audition stage, a library, and a hangout.”
Public Radio Exchange
Allows users to post work online and connect with other media makers.
Oral History Tech
Ask Doug - Recorders
Takes you through a series of questions to help you find the right piece of equipment for your project.
A free online service for converting files from one audio format to another.
Transom.org’s tool page
Has good audio editing, mixing, and recording how-to’s, software and equipment reviews, and gear guides
Includes mapping tools, mobile apps, resources for indexing, audio and video editing, AR/VR, qualitative analysis, and social media tools. Created by the Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling at Concordia University
Working with Oral Histories
A free digital audio editing program allowing one to edit and split audio files.
An open source oral history database tool built an alternative to transcription. This free, open source software allows for the archiving of digital video and audio materials, enabling oral historians to annotate, analyze, and evaluate materials in their collections.
Jahshaka: Free Video Editing Software
Kind of like the “Audacity” of the video-editing world. (Windows, Linux, OS X) is
A free browser-based image-editor