Re: soundcard add on

Jacques <lists4js@...>

I tend to agree that it was system specific. I frequently encode and decode in GoldWave. Nonetheless, I apreciate any and all feedback.

Keep well.

On 18 Dec 2016 17:25, Dan Kerstetter wrote:
Perhaps it was a problem specific to my system. I was also using GoldWave. The files could be edited but not saved.

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Sent: Sunday, December 18, 2016 10:21 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] soundcard add on

Hi Dan

Sorry to hear about the experience you've had in this regard, it leaves me frowning though. No part of Stascom interferes on that level. You didn't mention which sound editing tools you're using. Although I'm not a professional sound engineer, I often enough to sound editing in GoldWave, including conversion between formats. It would be interesting to know what caused this problem on your system.

If you would like to give me more specific detail, please contact me via the contact options in the user guide or program menu. I'm happy to discuss it publicly, but not all people on the list will be interested in the topic.



On 18 Dec 2016 17:11, Dan Kerstetter wrote:
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 release.

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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