Watch the demo
I wanted to see how easy or how hard it was to mix your voice with background music and to my surprise it's not that hard. I had a look at the library tracks, chose some of them, recorded myself saying some collocations you normally find in books teaching EFL at basic levels and mixed it up.
Don't expect a masterpiece, it was just a first (lousy) trial.
After you save it, you can embed the recording as below, or grab the URL http://aviary.com/artists/anamariacult/creations/collocations_basic_1
If the recording doesn't play, CLICK HERE.
What I like about it:
- It's free.
- There's no need to download anything.
- You can upload a pre-recorded file or record yourself straight in the site.
- There's a library of background music you can use to make your mix.
- It's not complicated.
- It offers an embed code for your mix.
- record tracks with vocabulary you want students to memorize.
- record your students repeating vocabulary or collocations and then mix it up w/ music and play it for them.
- make a different kind of dictation w/ background music.
- simply use the site to record your students reading a text or dialogue.
- ask your students to create a mix with a list of words they have to memorize.