welcome to the list. Do you use Windows or Mac os x?
If you use windows there's a guide to Audacity for Jaws users, and which is
also nearly all applicable to users of nvda and window-eyes:
Do post back to the list with any questions you have.
As you may already be aware, Reaper would be an alternative to Audacity.
It's got more functionality, but probably a bigger learning curve,
On Thu, Nov 10, 2016 at 9:44 AM, Damon Rose <damon.rose@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I’m new to this list and hope am not trampling all over etiquette by
I produce radio and podcasts at the BBC, amongst other things.
But I want to start creating more advanced podcasts with layered sound and
music on separate tracks.
Can I do this, with ease and simplicity and joy, using Audacity?
And is there a tutorial I should be listening to or reading that you can
I want to be able to create awesome high quality broadcast radio
programmes and packages.
I presently use Soundforge which I love but it is only single track, as
you probably know.
Any assistance extremely helpful.