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Remixing Shakespeare



 

 

Christopher Shamburg shows you step-by-step how to create original audio dramas with your students using scenes from Shakespeare. "If you can use a word-processing program and a tape recorder, you have 90 percent of the technical skills to create a remix," promises Shamburg.

 

Remixing Shakespeare engages students in time-honored techniques for understanding literarary text through free and legal use of current  technology.

 

 
 

Remixing Shakespeare is a project of Folger Education, Robert G. Young, Director, and Folger External Relations, Garland Scott, Head.

 

Director/Producer/Writer: Tien Pasco, StoryLab Films
Consultants: Richard Paul, Esther Ferington
Sound Design and Mix:  Ott House Audio

Video Editor: Davecia Carr

Director of Photography: Kasey Kirby
Sound Recordist:  Paul Rusnack


Special thanks to the students and faculty at DC's McKinley High School—Sohn A. Butts, Broadcast Academy Director; Kadesha Bonds, teacher; and Judy Moore.

 
Children's Shakespeare Festival



How To

Remixing Shakespeare Tutorial

Sound Effects


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Student Remix 1


Student Remix 2

Student Remix 3


Resources

Audacity audio editing program

Creative Commons Mixter

The Freesound Project



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