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Talking tins

Discussion in 'Primary' started by kym131218, Feb 23, 2012.

  1. kym131218

    kym131218 New commenter

    Does anybody know where I can get some cheap talking tins from? Or some sort of recording device with aUSBconnecter to download sounds?
     
  2. zannar

    zannar New commenter

    I have used tins but l now I use microphones which can be plugged into a USB port to record sounds, children's talk and stories etc. They also recharge when plugged into a computer, so no batteries required. The children can hear what they have said, change words/sentences and then use this to help them write their ideas down.

     
  3. kym131218

    kym131218 New commenter

    mmmm, I am creating a school rasio. Do you know if I can use Flip cameras? Then just import sounds as MP? If I can i'd rather use what we have.
     
  4. funambule

    funambule New commenter

    TTS do all sorts of devices like this.
     
  5. You can, if you have any half-decent editing software... I don't know if flip cameras have specific sound-only recording capabilities.
     
  6. sueemc

    sueemc New commenter

    they're from here:
    http://www.talkingproducts.com/talking-tins-red-40.html
    :)
     
  7. inky

    inky Lead commenter

    Oh dear - I thought the OP was about tin can telephones! [​IMG]
     
  8. minnieminx

    minnieminx New commenter

    PHEW!!! Me too...with string in between them!
     
  9. marlin

    marlin Star commenter

    Me too!
     
  10. manic28

    manic28 New commenter

    You want easi-speak microphones. They have a usb. They are pricey but worth it.
     

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