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Public Speaking: Royalty free music can really enhance your presentations and products

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How to give a great ignite talk

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You can find royalty free images to use. This is super short, which means it’s easy to practice. It is ok to breathe. Do this.

A practical guide to creating learning podcasts: part 3 – editing and distributing your podcast

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If you have access to professional quality software and know how to use it then great, but you’ll only need basic functionality and a simple editor like the free Audacity is all that you really require. In part 1 of this guide, we looked at what podcasts are and how they can be used. Post-production. Distribution. Happy podcasting!

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Music can help set the mood in your presentation

Dave Paradi's PowerPoint Blog

You can search for royalty free music that allows you to play the music without paying a royalty each time you use it. You can use a free audio editor such as Audacity to cut out the section you want and save it as an MP3 or WAV file that can easily be incorporated into your PowerPoint presentation. or SOCAN in Canada.

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PowerPoint Tip - Adding Audio Clips to your presentation

Dave Paradi's PowerPoint Blog

If you want to use music, make sure you have a license to do so (from organizations such as SOCAN, ASCAP or BMI) or you are using royalty free music that allows you to perform the song in public as part of your presentation. First, when would you want to use an audio clip over a video clip? Get the best quality clip you can find.

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