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The cost for Reaper's license for individuals or small businesses is $60 US, although there is a trial period in which you can evaluate.
The accessibility extension (Osara) is free.
I'd personally suggest joining the RWP list if you have further questions.
On 4/26/2020 9:51 AM, Fresh Start wrote:
Thank you very very much. Do you know the cost?
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Subject: Re: [nvda] Using a dual boot system with NVDA
You'd have to learn stuff again, but Reaper with OSARA is pretty much the successor to Sonar with CakeTalking. There's a helpful mailing list and everything.
The group/mailing list is under "useful resources".
On 4/25/2020 12:01 PM, Fresh Start wrote:
Thank you very much Joe!
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*Subject:* Re: [nvda] Using a dual boot system with NVDA
No, NVDA will not work at the operating system selection screen.
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*Subject:* [nvda] Using a dual boot system with NVDA
I’ve never used a dual system boot on the same computer. But my
situation makes this necessary.
Will NVDA let me hear the choice when the computer gets up to that
point? Thanks for any help in advance.
I will be using Windows seven and ten on the same computer. Reason is
two pieces of very much used recording software won’t work in Windows ten.