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About thehudsonbay

I'm Mallory. I made this blog for one of my classes, but have yet to blog on it. I like art and running and music.

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The Website: I am not done yet. Making a website is very time-consuming and difficult to learn. I don’t know even close to enough of what I should know about website-making. I’ll figure it out before next Wednesday. Somehow. This … Continue reading

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Remix vs. Plagarism

The documentary RiP: A Remix Manifesto asserts the idea that the past has and will always affect the future. It’s brought up in the first point of the Remixer’s Manifesto: “Culture always builds on the past.” And I think this … Continue reading

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How to Make a Silent Film

Step 1: Open Project Open a new or pre-existing project.   Step 2: Import Clips Select File, Import, and then select the video and audio files that you wish to import (your video and your silent film piano music).   … Continue reading

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This is Mallory Hudson’s Blog Post:

The person who wrote the script for this documentary used a sort of ‘show-and-tell’ technique. One example is the narrator’s repetition of the phrase “this is John Baledessari’s…” something… and he showed whatever was said to you. This technique was … Continue reading

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Honesty

I think that the most important thing that I got from the three articles was the importance of honesty, in the content of the documentary. First of all, if it’s not honest, then it isn’t real, and it isn’t really … Continue reading

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How to export your audacity file into an MP3 file! Wooh, fun!!

Why would you want to export your beautiful audio project as an MP3 file, you ask? You didn’t ask? Well, I don’t care. I’m going to tell you anyway. It’s important because you can’t open an audacity project file in … Continue reading

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4AM Ramblings (Don’t judge. I always do writing/drawing assignments at weird hours. It’s when I’m most creative.)

The article seems to implicitly define “composing” as “word-based” communication (I guess) (15). I didn’t see a sentence in the article that defined the word (if this was actually defined in the article, I totally missed it), so I referred … Continue reading

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