Will you have access to electricity? What is your budget? You could
spend 2 or 3 hundred to thousands of dollars. A Yamaha AG06 which is a
USB mixer, with two mono and two stereo (4 ports... 2 left and two
right channel). XLR microphones. Shure SM58s is what I use... or
Peavy, which is considerably cheaper, but comparable in quality. Write
me offlist with further questions.
On 7/22/17, Don Wardlow <wardlows97@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Would Audacity work with a small mixing board?
My idea is to take my laptop computer (which has Audacity) to a minor
league game, hook up a mixing board (if I can find such a thing) and
show another blind person how to broadcast by recording a practice
broadcast of the game happening on the field below us.
We would need 3 mikes-one for me, one for him, one for the crowd (or
the field sounds if no crowd shows up for the game.
Is this plan feasible using Audacity and how much would the sort of
mixing board and mikes I would need cost me?
I use JAWS 18 and the latest version of Audacity.
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