Re: Work with audio editors in professional way with Nvda possible or not?
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I personally would use Reaper. It is much more accessible, unless you want to stay in single track land. Take a look at http://www.reaperaccessibility.com.
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From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Pavel Vlcek
Sent: 01 September 2020 12:16
Subject: [nvda] Work with audio editors in professional way with Nvda possible or not?
my name is Pavel I am from Czech Republic. I am owner of little recording studio for disabled people, including visually impaired etc. I also have a small group of members. We used Mac Os for 8 years, but the life of the computer ended. At this time, we don't have money to buy professional Mac, which will work with Logic Pro X and Komplete Kontrol etc. So at this time, we and especially I, because I am main sound master need to use my older HP Z-book 17,3 the first generation with Win
10 and Nvda. Software, which can I use is Soundforge, Goldwave and Audacity. So, can computer with Nvda and Win 10 be used for professional audio work or not?