May I just point out that I did the recordings with Windows seven, as you
know later operating systems have a different folder structure, they use
file explorer rather than Windows explorer, so my way of getting to my C
drive is different. I assume that users will have got to know their
operating system and make the necessary changes to procedure when navigating
to various folders etc, of course, where you save is personal choice, it
doesn’t have to be the C drive.
It may also be good to point out that I was learning myself while doing the
podcasts, so listening to all the sections may throw some more light on
various subjects in the way of doing things more simply.
finally, as you well know, you gave me a lot of help and advice during the
recording of these podcasts, so an acknowledgement of your help is duly
given here, thank you.
Best Regards, Jim.
From: David Bailes
Sent: Saturday, August 27, 2016 1:52 PM
Subject: [audacity4blind] Re: tutor for absolute beginner
Hi Ngoc Ly,
welcome to the list.
Jim Gamage produced some introductory podcasts on Audacity which can be
There's a Jaws guide to audacity, though it's more for reference, rather
than a tutorial:
please just ask questions on the list when you don't know how to do
On Tue, Aug 23, 2016 at 7:58 PM, Ngoc Ly <lyvanngoc@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I have installed:
Audacity® Version 2,1,2,0
Jaws script version 2.1.0 8/12/16 18:40UTC, for Audacity 2.0.0 or later.
I am using jaws 17 with Window 10 OS. I am looking for tutors of Audacity
with absolute beginners, Please show me where to get those tutors.
thank you very much