Re: Sound Forge 15 - how accessible for a screen reader user?
The last I tried was 14. Now as I unfortionately lost the Jonathan Mosen tapes I forgot most of the nifty cool SF tricks so won't comment much. But the basic setup of your device recordingg and so on and so forth are pretty similar. You can now arm the recording so that's a little different cause before it was just control r alt r and away we go. Now the reverce channals thing is gone. I actually quit SF cause it doesn't like the Zoom H6 though supposedly SF Pro especially can record full Dolby Atmos surround sound. So how is it it doesn't like a basic 5.1 Zoom H6? Any who just wanted to share that little bit. Sorry couldn't help more as again I lost those Jonathan Mosen tapes. Thanks to Jon and those tapes I really use to know SF and my plan was to record in full 96 KHZ 24 bits 5.1 surround sound with it via the Zoom H6.toggle quoted message Show quoted text
On 8/5/2021 1:01 PM, Rea Lists wrote:
I've been bombarded with continual offers to upgrade to Sound forge 15. This program is what I've been used to using for many many years now, but how accessible is this latest version?
Comments on using JFW or NVDA with SF very welcome.