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there is a plugin you can use to make reaper more accessible.
statements like that are apocryphal at best, and wildly inaccurate
at worst. Please people, I implore you to conduct research and use
the thing before you pass judgement and make groce generalised
statements like that in the future.
On 5/10/2019 18:34, Andy B. wrote:
At least audacity’s track view is
accessible. Reaper’s user interface is less than desirable for
a screen reader.
Hello, I would recommend audacity. You can
do multi-tracking, and the quality of the audio is very good.
On Oct 4, 2019, at 11:45 AM, Sarah k Alawami <marrie12@...>
You can use reaper. That is an easy to use very
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On 4 Oct 2019, at 8:34, azeesh rahman wrote:
am great full for all your previous help regarding
my queries. i just wanted to know a softwear which
can be used for music production in a simple
level. specifically beet making and advanced audio
mixing with NVDA accessibility in concern.
for your information:
i am not interested in vying any additional tools
or hardwear except my computer as if now.
i want to make music using my own voice and
virtual instruments available in the softwear
itself. hope iam clear with my concern and
awaiting for your valuable responses.