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Hoyt Center for the Arts Summer Camp 2016

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During week four of Hoyt Center for the Arts Summer Camp, Make Some Waves, campers worked with SLB Radio to learn about explore the technology used to make audio recordings for radio, while practicing their ability to express themselves.

Campers wrote and recorded pieces describing themselves in three words, what makes a good friend, what their radio program would sound like and more. Listen below to hear their recordings:

Group One:

Download Audio FileGroup montage about music

What Makes a Good Friend

Download Audio FileAva

Download Audio FileCaden

Download Audio FileElla

Download Audio FileGianna

Download Audio FileHazel

Download Audio FileJillian

Download Audio FileKate

Download Audio FileNyionne

Download Audio FileSamuel

Soundwaves

Download Audio FileAva

Download Audio FileCaden

Download Audio FileElla

Download Audio FileGianna

Download Audio FileHazel

Download Audio FileJillian

Download Audio FileKate

Download Audio FileNyionne

Download Audio FileSamuel

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Group Two

Download Audio FileGroup montage about music

My Radio Station

Download Audio FileAustin

Download Audio FileBrett

Download Audio FileJulie

Download Audio FileKaden

Download Audio FileLucia

Download Audio FileMadeline

Download Audio FileMatthew

Download Audio FileMcKenzie

Download Audio FileParker

Download Audio FileRowan

Download Audio FileSonia

Soundwaves

Download Audio FileAustin

Download Audio FileCaine

Download Audio FileJulie

Download Audio FileKaden

Download Audio FileLucia

Download Audio FileMaddie

Download Audio FileMadeline

Download Audio FileMatthew

Download Audio FileMcKenzie

Download Audio FileParker

Download Audio FileRowan

Download Audio FileSonia

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