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Year 9

Lesson 5 Sonic playground

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First, learners will revisit the digitisation process, in order to understand how the sampling rate and the sample size affect the size and quality of the representation. Next, they will use a sound editing program that will allow them to experiment with sound to complete specific tasks and challenges.

Learning objectives

  • Calculate representation size for a given digital sound, given its attributes
  • Explain how attributes such as sampling frequency and sample size affect characteristics such as representation size and perceived quality, and the trade-offs involved
  • Perform basic sound editing tasks using appropriate software and combine them in order to solve more complex problems requiring sound manipulation

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