TE150 & the hope of audacity

by | Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Matt Koehler and I were asked to create an audio introduction to TE150 for the ATT and MSU award ceremony, and website. It is amazing what three people can do in a couple of hours, given a microphone and Audacity (the open source audio editing software).

Check it out (below) or read the transcript.

Thanks to Leigh Wolf for adding the professional touch.

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