What model is the turntable?And, while have no experience with any USB turntables, my guess would be that it might be implementing a form of virtual sound card/adapter when you plug it in, which could then be interfering with the sound output device settings the screen readers are making use of/implementing?
You could maybe then need to do something like plug it into another machine, and then run that other machine's sound output, during playback into the the then recording PC's line-in, or something, but, this is just a guess?
Alternatively, what about something like making sure screen readers are specifically set to/told to make use of a specific sound card/adapter,, instead of windows, or the screen readers trying to switch over, automatically to the new, virtual one?
Just asking about that one, since, for example, if I plug something like an external USB sound card adapter into my windows machines, it sort of automatically takes over sound output, but, think you can specifically tell something like jaws to make use of a specific adapter/device when more than one is showing up.
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Hello, my name is Michael Robles. I am new to this list and software, so I'll take all the help I could get! I am using Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-bit, and NVDA 9238,e8203e8 and also the latest version of Jaws 14. Now, to the problem. I plug in my turntable to one of my 4 USB ports, and speech just turns off, no matter what I have loaded, be it NVDA or Jaws. Am I doing something wrong? Am I supposed to download anything? Please, someone help! I have a lot of piles of records to convert.The audacity4blind web site is at //www.freelists.org/webpage/audacity4blind Subscribe and unsubscribe information, message archives, Audacity keyboard commands, and more... To unsubscribe from audacity4blind, send an email to audacity4blind-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with subject line unsubscribe
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