I've tried that too without success. I set Virtual Recorder to the both
setting, and I actually record neither my voice nor the screen reader. These
comments are not quite on copic for Audcacity, but I'm just trying to get this
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From: audacity4blind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <audacity4blind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Behalf Of Pawel Loba
Sent: Saturday, April 17, 2021 3:46 PM
Subject: [audacity4blind] Re: recording a screen reader demo with Auydacity
For this type of scenario I use Virtual Recorder that allows to record both
sources and does pretty good job.
I am not saying it is not possible in Audacity.
On 4/17/21, Mike Bernard <dmarc-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
This is just my two bits worth, but if your voice is louder than jaws,
it's probably that the volume of jaws needs to be turned up a bit. You
can adjust this the way you normally do in jaws. Good luck.
Although I don't podcast often, when I need to record my voice and the
screen reader, I generally use Virtual Audio Cable. But that might be
a bit much to go through for some.
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[mailto:audacity4blind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Dean ;
Sent: Saturday, April 17, 2021 3:07 PM
Subject: [audacity4blind] recording a screen reader demo with
Hello. I've just started using Audacity 3.0, and I want to record a
demo with my voice and one or more screen readers. I have great hopes
for this, I'd rather not buy an audio interface or a mixer. I
understand this is supposed to work.
When I turn Windows Wasavi on, my voice still sounds adequate, but
JAWS is very faint and distorted. I'm using a USB mic and JAWs is
coming through the same channel.
Can this be done?
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