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Recording Student Responses Using a Computer

Instructions and important information

The scripts for the AP French, German, Italian, and Spanish Language and Culture Exams and the AP Music Theory Exam in the 2013-14 AP Exam Instructions book now include instructions for recording on a computer with MP3 software. For supplemental information about recording MP3 files using the software program Audacity®, follow the link below.

Recording Student Responses with Audacity MP3 Recording Software (.pdf/554KB)

Audacity is a free software product for PC or Mac that can be used to record audio from a computer sound card to hard disk in MP3 file format. This is not an AP Program or ETS endorsement of this product. If you experience any problems during the installation or configuration of the Audacity software product only, technical assistance is available between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday. Your school staff may email AP-MP3Recordertech@ets.org or call 609-406-5677 for assistance during these hours.

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