[access-uk] Re: Sound advice...

Hi,

Thanks, if you could subscrive meto the list  it would be of enormous help!

Thanks,

BJ

On 10/05/2012, Chantal Ferreira <chantalac.ferreira@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 5/10/12, Colin Howard <colin@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> greetings,
>>
>> goldWave from:
>>
>> http://www.goldwave.com
>>
>> it has good access support, the author is very amenable to suggestions,
>> it
>> is a good price about $50 or maybe less for a lifetime licence, it is
>> fairly
>> basic but has the features most would find useful but cannot multi-track.
>> There is another product from the same office which will multi-track
>> can't
>> remember it's name.
>>
>> I am now using GW V5.67 with xP Home, there are good Jaws scripts
>> available,
>> free of charge, written mainly by Jim Grimsbey Jr and they work very well
>> but then I have Jaws 10 on this and 11 on my desktop machines.
>>
>> There is a list called GoldWave4TheBlind where a good many helpful people
>> can assist.  To join, let me know as it is a closed group, originally set
>> up
>> by roger south, I am a co-mod and can subscribe you if you wish, just let
>> me
>> know.
>>
>>
>> Colin Howard, living near Southampton in Southern
>> England.
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> Good evening list.
>
> I am busy with a radio course and one of my next modules is production
> and programming. I might need to be able to edit sound files. Is Gold
> Wave the only accessible programme for blind people to use with JAWS
> or are their others.
>
> The editing programmes we were told about are audasity and Adobi
> Audio, I think. Do any of you know of these programmes and if they
> work?
>
> Thanks
>
> Chantal
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