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Re: Victor Readeer Stream Next Gen Query

Brian Olesen
 

Hi,
Well I'm not so sure it's linux.
I think it's still bloddy windows CE.
I'm testing it right now, and it's quite nice for what it is.

Brian

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Emne: Re: [all-audio] Victor Readeer Stream Next Gen Query

Not sure if it's actually the A way as you said, but yes, it is Linux based and the internal memory is beneath the battery in a micro SD card which is under the sticker of course in the middle compartment.

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From: all-audio@groups.io [mailto:all-audio@groups.io] On Behalf Of Andrea Sherry
Sent: Monday, August 5, 2019 1:06 AM
To: All Audio
Subject: [all-audio] Victor Readeer Stream Next Gen Query

So is the a way to access the internal memory in these devices?

I am told that the operating system is Linux.

Cheers

Andrea


Re: Victor Readeer Stream Next Gen Query

Smiling?
 

Not sure if it's actually the A way as you said, but yes, it is Linux based and the internal memory is beneath the battery in a micro SD card which is under the sticker of course in the middle compartment.

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Sent: Monday, August 5, 2019 1:06 AM
To: All Audio
Subject: [all-audio] Victor Readeer Stream Next Gen Query

So is the a way to access the internal memory in these devices?

I am told that the operating system is Linux.

Cheers

Andrea


Victor Readeer Stream Next Gen Query

Andrea Sherry
 

So is the a way to access the internal memory in these devices?

I am told that the operating system is Linux.

Cheers

Andrea


New speakers.

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!
In my livingroom i have two home made speakers i got from my Dad who he had when i was a kid.
They were up in the ceiling but my ceiling is not concret so i can’t hang them.
They’re on wheels now but i think they’re on wheels now so i can move them around.
My livingroom has a ceiling made of plaster so i don’t want to hang them there.
But maybe i’ll give them to my brothers son.
A new pair of speakers would be nice.
And i know there are tons of them out there.
I am thinking of my favorit company bowers &nd Wilkins.
But i don’t know if i will buy some big once or what i should buy.
My problem is the placement of the speakers as my rom not rectangular nor quadratic.
Any thoughts on what tobuy mabe?
Not to expensive though.
I don’t have any work and i can’t afford any really expensive thigns no matter how much i want.
/A


ParaPro EQ20-DSP

Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
 

Another great UK product by the sounds of things which you can find at
https://www.bhi-ltd.com/noise-cancelling/new-para-pro-range/parapro-eq20-dsp
.html

I know someone who owns one and he raves about it so I decided to see if
there were any demonstrations of the EQ/DSP on Youtube and there are plenty
to listen to.

This unit has multiple functions including the ability to cancel out
background noise on the radio bands thus improving the intelligibility of
speech on weak signals or through loads of background noise.

Hearing impaired people may find the unit of use as you can taylor the sound
to your optimum hearing tastes.

Added to this the unit has Bluetooth connectivity.

I'm very much looking forward to trying this for myself when it arrives.


Re: lost in space.

Laz
 

Oops Curtis. I htink you sent this here by mistake.

Regards,

laz

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Re: accessible internet radio recording software?

Gary Schindler
 

How would you record something like a football game with those recording apps? you would have to know the stream address, and hope the game is consistently being broadcast on the same station every week? How could Tunein be used if you had Tunein Live?

On 7/31/2019 2:26 PM, Aidan wrote:
Keep in mind though, that total recorder don't support commin radio
formats such as aac plus streams. That is a huge problem as many
stations don't have mp3 streams anymore.

On 7/28/19, Dave Marthouse <dmarthouse@...> wrote:
I suggest Total recorder.  I think it will meet your requirements.


http://www.totalrecorder.com




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On 7/28/2019 2:19 AM, goshawk on horseback wrote:
hello all,
does anyone know of any good internet radio station recording software,
that is fully accessible with either window-eyes or nvda?
I need it to be able to do timed recordings/start and stop with out me
needing to be there to actually do it, also the recordings it makes should
be as high quality as possible, as the stations I will primarily be using
it for very often play recordings that are a long way from being anything
like good quality.
if possible, it should be able to record 2 or 3 streams/stations, and have
an easy way to find the streams, rather than me having to scratch around
finding long url links.

Simon



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Re: accessible internet radio recording software?

Aidan
 

Keep in mind though, that total recorder don't support commin radio
formats such as aac plus streams. That is a huge problem as many
stations don't have mp3 streams anymore.

On 7/28/19, Dave Marthouse <dmarthouse@...> wrote:
I suggest Total recorder.  I think it will meet your requirements.


http://www.totalrecorder.com




Dave Marthouse

dmarthouse@...



On 7/28/2019 2:19 AM, goshawk on horseback wrote:
hello all,
does anyone know of any good internet radio station recording software,
that is fully accessible with either window-eyes or nvda?
I need it to be able to do timed recordings/start and stop with out me
needing to be there to actually do it, also the recordings it makes should
be as high quality as possible, as the stations I will primarily be using
it for very often play recordings that are a long way from being anything
like good quality.
if possible, it should be able to record 2 or 3 streams/stations, and have
an easy way to find the streams, rather than me having to scratch around
finding long url links.

Simon



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Re: accessible internet radio recording software?

Dave Marthouse
 

I suggest Total recorder.  I think it will meet your requirements.


http://www.totalrecorder.com




Dave Marthouse

dmarthouse@...



On 7/28/2019 2:19 AM, goshawk on horseback wrote:
hello all,
does anyone know of any good internet radio station recording software, that is fully accessible with either window-eyes or nvda?
I need it to be able to do timed recordings/start and stop with out me needing to be there to actually do it, also the recordings it makes should be as high quality as possible, as the stations I will primarily be using it for very often play recordings that are a long way from being anything like good quality.
if possible, it should be able to record 2 or 3 streams/stations, and have an easy way to find the streams, rather than me having to scratch around finding long url links.

Simon


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Re: Sound Forge Question About Applying Edits with an SFK File

 

Steve Jacobson,
I hope my comments about the SFK's were somewhat helpful.
Oh, indeed they were. Now it makes sense having these files :)
By the way, do you know whether we can disable this feature? I know it was possible in previous versions than 10 but as I haven't found it on 10, which is the version I'm using right now, I don't know whether they've changed it.

Thanks a lot!

Cheers,
Marcio <https://tinyurl.com/TlkTM>
AKA /Starboy/


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Re: Sound Forge Question About Applying Edits with an SFK File

Steve Jacobson
 

Marcio,

Got it, I understand now, it was apparently a different "steve". I hope my comments about the SFK's were somewhat helpful. Thank you for explaining.

Best regards,

Steve

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Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2019 12:08 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Sound Forge Question About Applying Edits with an SFK File

Steve Jacobson,
Sorry, I am not certain which feature you are referring to, and I don't know if this note was directed at me.
Actually, my email was in response to the Steve Matzura!
Sorry for the confusion!

On the first message, he said:
I recorded something for three hours, edited it, and saved the edited
version. When I attempted to play it back, it's as if the file
contains no audio data because nothing is heard. I still have the
original file and its SFK.
And then, he asked:
Is it possible to re-apply the edits? It only took me half an hour to
get the edits right, so if I have to do it over again, it wouldn't be
a crime, but if I don't have to, I'll be happy twice--once because I
didn't have to do it over, and the second time because I got to learn
something.
Then, on his second message, he said:
I answered my own question by discovering that SF does not have this
capability. That'll learn me to close it before I check what I've
saved! LOL
And then I answered:
Which surprises me. What's the purpose behind these annoying sfk files
then? I never got the point of them, now I'm even more confused :)
Hope things are a bit clearer now! :)
Sorry again.

Now to your message:
What I know about the SFK files is that they store information about the audio file with which they are paired so that Sound Forge doesn't have to gather certain kinds of information over again. Some settings specific to that file may be stored there as well. Especially when you open a large file, you can tell a significant difference between opening it for the first time and opening it after an SFK file exists as opening it when an SFK file is already created is much faster.
It makes sense. I thought these files would allow us to resume a project
if for some reason it was closed without saving. It would be helpful,
for example, if say we were on the middle of an editing process then our
computer was restarted because of Windows updates and such.

Thanks for the explanation! :)

Cheers,
Marcio <https://nam03.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Ftinyurl.com%2FTlkTM&;data=02%7C01%7C%7Ce1c0a3c9c6ba432dc8c408d71510da5f%7C84df9e7fe9f640afb435aaaaaaaaaaaa%7C1%7C0%7C637001034430614552&amp;sdata=mbzoDp0wL0R0bp4AIProblI85VSk8eWTxXvgq%2FyYMS8%3D&amp;reserved=0>
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Re: Notes on the Zoom H1N Recorder - deleting files -

Aidan
 

Thank you for this.
Do you perhaps know what button combination to press in order to launch the
settings screen at start-up?

On Mon, 29 Jul 2019 at 04:34, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
wrote:

You can choose to delete one - the currently selected file - or all files
from the SD card.
I delete files when in Playback mode so you know which file you’re working
on by selecting it using the rewind/forward keys to move between files.
When the file you wish to delete is found press the Delete key on the left
hand side of the recorder.
Audio is muted at that point and the file playing paused.
The soft keys below the display become active.
If you wish to delete the selected file press the second key from the left
and then press the right most key to confirm the operation.
If you wish to delete. All files on the SD card press the third key from
the left and then the right most key to confirm.
If you choose to delete one file the audio starts playing for the next
file moved to sequentially on your SD card.
If you choose to delete all files the recorder returns to “Record Standby”
mode.





Re: Audient interfaces

Georgina Joyce
 

Hello,

These devices are very well respected for their quiet mic Pre-Amps. Their technical support have resolved my problem by giving an excellent description of the controls. It is really great
mic interface.

Gena

On 30 Jul 2019, at 17:51, Anders Holmberg <anders@...> wrote:

Hi!
I’ve never heard of it.
Is it VoiceOver that doesn’t come through the device?
/A

30 juli 2019 kl. 14:06 skrev Georgina Joyce <gena@...>:

Hello All,

I wondered if anyone had experience of an Audient interface? I have a ID4 and I am struggling to get it to work with VoiceOver on my MacBook Air. I am using a powered USB hub. It is a audio routing issue.

Thanks,

Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
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Gena

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Re: Sound Forge Question About Applying Edits with an SFK File

 

Steve Jacobson,
Sorry, I am not certain which feature you are referring to, and I don't know if this note was directed at me.
Actually, my email was in response to the Steve Matzura!
Sorry for the confusion!

On the first message, he said:
I recorded something for three hours, edited it, and saved the edited version. When I attempted to play it back, it's as if the file contains no audio data because nothing is heard. I still have the original file and its SFK.
And then, he asked:
Is it possible to re-apply the edits? It only took me half an hour to get the edits right, so if I have to do it over again, it wouldn't be a crime, but if I don't have to, I'll be happy twice--once because I didn't have to do it over, and the second time because I got to learn something.
Then, on his second message, he said:
I answered my own question by discovering that SF does not have this capability. That'll learn me to close it before I check what I've saved! LOL
And then I answered:
Which surprises me. What's the purpose behind these annoying sfk files
then? I never got the point of them, now I'm even more confused :)
Hope things are a bit clearer now! :)
Sorry again.

Now to your message:
What I know about the SFK files is that they store information about the audio file with which they are paired so that Sound Forge doesn't have to gather certain kinds of information over again. Some settings specific to that file may be stored there as well. Especially when you open a large file, you can tell a significant difference between opening it for the first time and opening it after an SFK file exists as opening it when an SFK file is already created is much faster.
It makes sense. I thought these files would allow us to resume a project if for some reason it was closed without saving. It would be helpful, for example, if say we were on the middle of an editing process then our computer was restarted because of Windows updates and such.

Thanks for the explanation! :)

Cheers,
Marcio <https://tinyurl.com/TlkTM>
AKA /Starboy/


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Re: Audient interfaces

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!
I’ve never heard of it.
Is it VoiceOver that doesn’t come through the device?
/A

30 juli 2019 kl. 14:06 skrev Georgina Joyce <gena@...>:

Hello All,

I wondered if anyone had experience of an Audient interface? I have a ID4 and I am struggling to get it to work with VoiceOver on my MacBook Air. I am using a powered USB hub. It is a audio routing issue.

Thanks,

Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73




Re: Sound Forge Question About Applying Edits with an SFK File

Steve Jacobson
 

Marcio,

Sorry, I am not certain which feature you are referring to, and I don't know if this note was directed at me. What I know about the SFK files is that they store information about the audio file with which they are paired so that Sound Forge doesn't have to gather certain kinds of information over again. Some settings specific to that file may be stored there as well. Especially when you open a large file, you can tell a significant difference between opening it for the first time and opening it after an SFK file exists as opening it when an SFK file is already created is much faster.

Best regards,

Steve Jacobson

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Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2019 8:55 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Sound Forge Question About Applying Edits with an SFK File

Steve,
SF does not have this capability
Which surprises me. What's the purpose behind these annoying sfk files
then? I never got the point of them, now I'm even more confused :)

Cheers,
Marcio <https://eur02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Ftinyurl.com%2FTlkTM&;data=02%7C01%7C%7C54cd4bd2583a4440cfad08d714f5f3e3%7C84df9e7fe9f640afb435aaaaaaaaaaaa%7C1%7C0%7C637000918944736502&amp;sdata=PQWOoQNkh%2FdDgzYX2n1dqTuzwfmWeTBgvk51bfsov40%3D&amp;reserved=0>
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Re: Sound Forge Question About Applying Edits with an SFK File

 

Steve,
SF does not have this capability
Which surprises me. What's the purpose behind these annoying sfk files then? I never got the point of them, now I'm even more confused :)

Cheers,
Marcio <https://tinyurl.com/TlkTM>
AKA /Starboy/


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Re: Sound Forge Question About Applying Edits with an SFK File

Steve Matzura
 

I answered my own question by discovering that SF does not have this capability. That'll learn me to close it before I check what I've saved! LOL

On 7/29/2019 1:45 PM, Steve Matzura wrote:
I recorded something for three hours, edited it, and saved the edited version. When I attempted to play it back, it's as if the file contains no audio data because nothing is heard. I still have the original file and its SFK. Is it possible to re-apply the edits? It only took me half an hour to get the edits right, so if I have to do it over again, it wouldn't be a crime, but if I don't have to, I'll be happy twice--once because I didn't have to do it over, and the second time because I got to learn something. Advice appreciated.


Audient interfaces

Georgina Joyce
 

Hello All,

I wondered if anyone had experience of an Audient interface? I have a ID4 and I am struggling to get it to work with VoiceOver on my MacBook Air. I am using a powered USB hub. It is a audio routing issue.

Thanks,

Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73

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