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#87096 by mulviel
Sun Sep 14, 2008 2:45 pm
I have been looking through Quiz Swaps recently and found a link to a site called filefront. I downloaded some clips from musicals and some backward tune clips.
The quality is excellent.
I have since been playing around with a programme called Audacity which can be downloaded for free. Audacity is like a Photoshop for sound (???) and is very easy to use.
I then found a site run by AT&T Labs. It is a text to speech demo and that too can easily used.

I run a quiz in a pub where there isn’t any mixing equipment and have struggled to include music rounds. Now I am making CDs with clips, clip numbers and answers on.

It really has revolutionized how I set my quizzes. I sometimes wish I still smoked so I could bung the CD on and nip out for a fag!

If you decide to try this out PM me and let me know how you got on.

I have just done a CD with 20 clips of classic British radio comedy. If you want a copy I can send you one. Sorry, Master Quizzers only.