Re: eloquence adjustment

Hi Boris,
Thanks for your input. I, too, installed two sound card with Jaws on the 
original sound card. I  found out that eloquence is a .wav sound and can be 
adjusted through my sound card. I, also, found that if I ran the eloquence 
voices through the mike input on the mixer, that input has some audio 
adjustments. The mike out put is mono, but comes out both speakers and I 
don't hear any real difference between that and the stereo out put. So all 
in all I got the voices sounding pretty good.
Brian
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "2 Feathers" <twofeatherstp@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, July 20, 2008 4:36 PM
Subject: Re: eloquence adjustment


Hi Brian,

I am currently running two sound cards on my computer.  XP Media Center,
Jaws 7, WMP 11.  Jaws is running through the original sound card and all
other audio through WMP, IE, the second sound card.  I did nothing to change
Jaws, it is running as it was after its original installation.  I know
nothing about being able to adjust the treble and bass of JFW.

Boris
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Brian Tipka" <dreamer@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "JFW Free List" <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, July 20, 2008 12:24 PM
Subject: eloquence adjustment


Hi friends,
I'm using Windows XP pro, Windows Media Player 11, and Jaws 7. I've combined
all my audio devices to run through an audio mixer and in the process the
eloquence voices, namely Glen, sound like they have to much bass. My first
question is, can the eloquence voices bass and treble properties be
adjusted? If so are they wav/MP3 or midi audio sounds? Second what device on
my computer controls the playing of the eloquence  voices? By this I mean is
it Windows Media Player or does it go straight through the sound card I have
Jaws assigned to play through? I have tried going to options, voices,
individual voices and there adjusted the pitch with no useable success. Any
help or suggestions you may have in helping me with this audio problem would
be greatly appreciated.
Brian

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