Audio Recording Resources

Recording Audio on a Variety of Tools

Digital Tool Notes Resources
SCDSB Laptop
Audacity
  • already on school computers
  • full-featured audio recording tool with editing features
  • Workflow: record audio in Audacity, edit, clip and export as an MP3 file
How-To
SCDSB iPad (managed using Airwatch by ITS)
GarageBand
  • App available in the SCDSB Apps area
  • added benefit of adding beats and music created using the instrument features of GarageBand
  • Workflow: record your audio in GarageBand, export as audio file, send to Google Drive or save into camera roll on device
How-To
Teacher Notebook
Audacity
  • will need to follow instructions to install program
  • full-featured audio recording tool with editing features
  • Workflow: record audio in Audacity, edit and export as an MP3 file
How-To
TwistedWave

(works on chromebooks too)

  • website tool
  • basic recording with simple editing features (trimming clips, etc.)
  • Workflow: record audio on TwistedWave website and then save MP3 to Google Drive or onto computer file folder 
How-To
Communication Technology (secondary) desktop
Adobe Audition
  • communication technology labs (and some others) in secondary schools have Adobe Audition installed on them
How-To
Personal iPhone or iPad
Voice Recorder Pro
  • free app
  • basic recording through phone microphone
  • has advertisements on it
  • Workflow: record audio in VoiceRecorderPro and then send an MP3 version to Google Drive or onto camera roll on device 
How-To
Personal Android
Titanium Recorder
  • free app
  • basic recording from phone microphone
  • Workflow: record audio in Titanium Recorder and then send to Google Drive or save on device 
How-To