Jumpin Out Da Jing!

So I’m back with another screen cast for Strategic Presentation! It made sense that I should do a screen cast about sampling and show what goes on in the program I use (Logic Pro 9) when you want to sample a song. The assignment for using Jing to do a screen cast previously went pretty smoothly so I figured this would be the same. I tried to keep all the technical information to a minimum because Jing screen casts had a 5 minute time limit, but I still had to split it up into two separate videos. When Jing asked me if I wanted to “Help make Jing better!” when I signed up I hit them with the:

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But my only advice now would be longer video times and the ability to edit the finished product lol. Other then that I think the screen casts turned out pretty decent. I’ve watched what feels like a million of them over the years trying to learn how to use programs and plugins but I never made my own until now. The song I used to sample in the videos is “It’s All Over” by Lee Fields. Leave a comment and let me know what you think!

SCREEN CAST FOR DAT ASSignment Part 1 and Part 2

 

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3 comments

  1. livingselfish · March 9, 2016

    Okay, logic looks extremely difficult to navigate but after watching the screencasts it actually seems to make a bit more sense. I had no idea what was going on for a few minutes but it was interesting to see how everything works out. I like that you chose to do a screencast for this post. Simply trying to type it out would’ve been a lot more confusing- It’s nice to see jing applied in a useful way.

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  2. femusicvibes · March 9, 2016

    Dude greattttt topic for a screencast. Learning how to use Logic Pro 9 has been something I’ve always wanted to do, but admittedly the programming seems super complex (and I’ve heard there’s a pretty large learning curve). Still wanna get into it so your screencast was a great intro do the program and answers a lot of some of my basic questions. Looking forward to me more, maybe put these on YouTube if you can!

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  3. jessmunzial · March 10, 2016

    Great idea for a post. Glad you finally made a useful screen cast! If you want to do full-length videos, maybe use other screen cast software like Quick Time Player?

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