Re: a question about recording with audacity
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No but its a whole lot better if its recorded direct which was why I suggested virtual recorder. After all you can edit it later on.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Another way to go if you really do have a capable sound card is to put the voice on one channel and the screenreader on the other with the monitor off. Admitedly you could not hear your own voice but some testing might help that. This has the advantage that when you mix them you can decide the levels later on.
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Subject: Re: [nvda] a question about recording with audacity
I don't see any reason why not provided the microphone is positioned such that it can pick up both the output from the speakers from the screen reader and your voice, too.
I wouldn't anticipate feedback loop issues in this configuration.
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