Re: soundcard add on

Dan Kerstetter

I would like to add a word of caution about using this program suite.
IThink it's a wonderful set of utilities, but I had to remove it because, with the program installed, I couldn't work on sound editing projects and save them. Apparently, it was interfering with the encoding and decoding process.

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Sent: Sunday, December 18, 2016 7:58 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] soundcard add on

This sounds like what I need on a computer often used by sighted people as well as me.
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Sent: Sunday, December 18, 2016 10:51 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] soundcard add on

Hi Jim

I wasn't familiar with Quick Mix, but Googled it quickly to see what it
offered on XP.

I wrote a collection of utilities over the last year or so, which I call
Stascom Utility Suite. At this point it will recover sound to a
pre-defined level and unmute the default sound card if it became muted by
an event. You can also define day / night volumes to be switched to at
user defined times. At this point it does not load application specific
profiles, but that might just be something I'll look into for a future

Should you be interested, you can read the user guide and download the
installer from my web page:


On 18 Dec 2016 12:25, The Gamages wrote:
Hello all,
I believe someone made an addon to save soundcard settings, I missed the
thread on this subject, is it anything like the old “quick mix” for XP?
that was a brilliant program.
does it take a snapshot of the soundcard, or is it a bit more
Any comments greatly appreciated.
Best Regards, Jim.

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