[macvoiceover] Re: A new Mac podcast.

sara

garage band is as accessible as it can be but has limitations etc. its not an audio editor it is a basic multi track midi audio tool but I personally recommend logic studio as there's more to it and its getting more and more accessible due to guys like me etc

lew


On 25 Apr 2008, at 05:17, Sara wrote:

Just curious, what's wrong with garage band? Is it less accessible than the other editors?
Sara
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Hey, John. I just downloaded Cacophony. Tell me about this thing. It looks decent! Are the individual tracks accessible? What can you doo with it as a totally blind user?
On Apr 24, 2008, at 10:16 PM, John Moore wrote:

I may not even buy Amadeus. Depends on how good Cacophony is. My tests
so far have confirmed that it's a pretty dang good editor, and hey,
it's multitrack! But I'm not taking chances.

On 4/24/08, vashaun jones <vashaun.jones@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
If you buy Amadeus Pro you will not need Fission.
On Apr 24, 2008, at 9:53 PM, John Moore wrote:

Nice. I know some people that need to hear this, mainly the higher- ups
in our AT department who slam me because I use a Mac. Did you use
Hijack or Amadeus? I ask because I want one that will do everything, and if Amadeus doesn't record Skype calls. Well, let's just say I'll be spending more money than I should be spending on Hijack, Fision, and Amadeus. $90. As a guy with no income except from borrowed money, that's ridiculous. Although I could buy Cacophony for cheaper, and it
seems to work great. Everybody go check it out at
http://www.bannister.org. Click on Software, then Cacophony.

On 4/24/08, Shane Jackson <jack728@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hello, all on these lists.  I have cross-posted this so many more
people might get to listen to this one.  Today, Dennis Bartlett,
Lewis
Brock, and I participated in a Skype podcast concerning switching to the Mac from Windows. We also get off on some other subjects, and it
is a neat podcast.  Note that my audio is a little lower than the
other two guys, and that is my fault.  You will still be able to
listen comfortably to our show, and you will like it, if you are
interested in this subjcet.  You can find the show at
http://www.shanejackson.net/Mac_Chat.mp3
or you can subscribe to my BlindWorld podcast at
http://feeds.feedburner.com/shaneslivejournal
. I hope you enjoy this one as much as we enjoyed doing it for you.
We are perfectly willing to do many more if you would like.  All
feedback is encouraged.  Thank you.
Shane Jackson
Vestavia Hills, Alabama, USA.
Email:  jack728@xxxxxxxxx
Skype ID:  cadal728


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