RE: Can you help me spend $400.00? <Big smile>

  • From: "Jeff Bishop" <jeff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2006 12:59:30 -0700

My only complaint is that it will not allow you to edit mp3 files. 

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[mailto:blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of MICHAEL MCCARTY
Sent: Tuesday, October 31, 2006 12:47 PM
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Subject: Re: Can you help me spend $400.00? <Big smile>

Studeo Recorder from the American Printing House for the Blind would be
my choice.  It's totally accessible and will allow you to do a lot of
editing to your audio files.

Michael McCarty
Fred's Head Database Coordinator
American Printing House for the Blind
Phone: 502 899-2396
Fax: 502 899-2363
Skype: mbmccarty

>>> rmilliman@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 10/31/06 12:53PM >>>

Can you help me spend $400.00? <Big smile>  I have $400.00 left in my
research grant account, and I must spend it before the end of the year
or I
will lose it.  So, here is my question to you:

If you have an Olympus WS320-M digital recorder that does a nice job
recording on the fly, so to speak, but you want to invest more money
software and hardware that will facilitate producing hi-quality
and podcasts, and you have $400.00 to work with, how would you invest
$400 to maximize the quality of your recordings and podcasts?  What
pieces of software and/or hardware would you purchase?  I am totally
and therefore, high functionality and accessibility are critically
important to me.  

Thanks for your suggestions...

Ron M.

Dr. Ronald E. Milliman, Professor of Marketing, Western Kentucky
**President, South Central Kentucky Council of the Blind (SCKCB)
**Chair, Monthly Monetary Support Program (MMS)

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