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Re: digital audio recorders: looking for a specific type

Hamit Campos
 

I have no idea either. Why get rid of the most accessable Olympus ever? That being the DM-4. I don't know. Not only that why not continue all the DM-4 good stuff on the dm 620 and others? I'd really love to ask Olympus. Is the USA site down? Really? Wow! I haven't been up there in a while.

On 9/2/2019 5:23 PM, Aidan wrote:
But why did olympus stop the ls100, why did they not make a new model
improved? I am worried because they seem to have less models now and
the american site is not up rite now. Hope they won't faid away, but
even though, they stil didn't get to the level zoom did, and its
defnitly wundering why not enough blind people use these? I mean half
of them might not even no what fantum power is.

On 9/2/19, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:
Actually as an adendum they being Olympus must've at 1 point because
they did make the DM-4. So maybe they figured it out even if when the
first 3 DS recorders that spoke only did for what ever ease of use
reason they did to start with.

On 9/2/2019 4:40 PM, Hamit Campos via Groups.Io wrote:
Well for general recording it's usable enough. the only real problems
are that 1 no talking so you will need help when menu diving. Then 2
no beeps music or nothing like the PTRs or Olympus's so you'll need
headphones to know what is armed what's not and how many tracks are
armed. But for grabbing and going meh once you've gotten the menu
diving and track arming out of the way you good. I have 1 and love it.
I got it because it's a 6 channal recorder and it has a brighter sound
than the LS 100. I only meantioned teh 100 because you asked for a
"blind friendly" recorder. Sad ain't it? That there's nothing that's
PTR2 accessible but with XLRs phantum and that is studio grade. Could
it be that it's supposed that blind people either don't care for
studio gear or don't know enough to do so? Sorry if that offends
anyone but 1 does have to wander why there's no true studio grade
blind friendly gear. Remember friends who knows why the Olympus DS 50
even spoke in the first place. Did olympus know or care blind people
used them? Who even knows.

On 9/2/2019 3:55 PM, Christopher Wright wrote:
How accessible is the h6?

On 9/2/2019 3:50 PM, Aidan wrote:
Yes, just keep in mind that ls100 cannot record from 2 or more inputs
at the same time, only one at a time. Whereas the zoom h6 can, and to
turn each input on/off, is very easy.

On 9/2/19, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:
There use to be, the Olympus LS-100. So if you can find 1 on EBay or
Amazon go for it.

On 9/2/2019 3:29 PM, Christopher Wright wrote:
Hi,

Is there a blind-user-friendly audio recorder that has dual XLR/1/4″
combo inputs or one XLR input and a 3.5mm input that goes to a
separate channel?

This question was inspired by the following blog post:

https://thepodcastersstudio.com/recording-skype-with-no-mixer-or-software/






Re: digital audio recorders: looking for a specific type

Aidan
 

But why did olympus stop the ls100, why did they not make a new model
improved? I am worried because they seem to have less models now and
the american site is not up rite now. Hope they won't faid away, but
even though, they stil didn't get to the level zoom did, and its
defnitly wundering why not enough blind people use these? I mean half
of them might not even no what fantum power is.

On 9/2/19, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:
Actually as an adendum they being Olympus must've at 1 point because
they did make the DM-4. So maybe they figured it out even if when the
first 3 DS recorders that spoke only did for what ever ease of use
reason they did to start with.

On 9/2/2019 4:40 PM, Hamit Campos via Groups.Io wrote:
Well for general recording it's usable enough. the only real problems
are that 1 no talking so you will need help when menu diving. Then 2
no beeps music or nothing like the PTRs or Olympus's so you'll need
headphones to know what is armed what's not and how many tracks are
armed. But for grabbing and going meh once you've gotten the menu
diving and track arming out of the way you good. I have 1 and love it.
I got it because it's a 6 channal recorder and it has a brighter sound
than the LS 100. I only meantioned teh 100 because you asked for a
"blind friendly" recorder. Sad ain't it? That there's nothing that's
PTR2 accessible but with XLRs phantum and that is studio grade. Could
it be that it's supposed that blind people either don't care for
studio gear or don't know enough to do so? Sorry if that offends
anyone but 1 does have to wander why there's no true studio grade
blind friendly gear. Remember friends who knows why the Olympus DS 50
even spoke in the first place. Did olympus know or care blind people
used them? Who even knows.

On 9/2/2019 3:55 PM, Christopher Wright wrote:
How accessible is the h6?

On 9/2/2019 3:50 PM, Aidan wrote:
Yes, just keep in mind that ls100 cannot record from 2 or more inputs
at the same time, only one at a time. Whereas the zoom h6 can, and to
turn each input on/off, is very easy.

On 9/2/19, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:
There use to be, the Olympus LS-100. So if you can find 1 on EBay or
Amazon go for it.

On 9/2/2019 3:29 PM, Christopher Wright wrote:
Hi,

Is there a blind-user-friendly audio recorder that has dual XLR/1/4″
combo inputs or one XLR input and a 3.5mm input that goes to a
separate channel?

This question was inspired by the following blog post:

https://thepodcastersstudio.com/recording-skype-with-no-mixer-or-software/









Re: digital audio recorders: looking for a specific type

Hamit Campos
 

Actually as an adendum they being Olympus must've at 1 point because they did make the DM-4. So maybe they figured it out even if when the first 3 DS recorders that spoke only did for what ever ease of use reason they did to start with.

On 9/2/2019 4:40 PM, Hamit Campos via Groups.Io wrote:
Well for general recording it's usable enough. the only real problems are that 1 no talking so you will need help when menu diving. Then 2 no beeps music or nothing like the PTRs or Olympus's so you'll need headphones to know what is armed what's not and how many tracks are armed. But for grabbing and going meh once you've gotten the menu diving and track arming out of the way you good. I have 1 and love it. I got it because it's a 6 channal recorder and it has a brighter sound than the LS 100. I only meantioned teh 100 because you asked for a "blind friendly" recorder. Sad ain't it? That there's nothing that's PTR2 accessible but with XLRs phantum and that is studio grade. Could it be that it's supposed that blind people either don't care for studio gear or don't know enough to do so? Sorry if that offends anyone but 1 does have to wander why there's no true studio grade blind friendly gear. Remember friends who knows why the Olympus DS 50 even spoke in the first place. Did olympus know or care blind people used them? Who even knows.

On 9/2/2019 3:55 PM, Christopher Wright wrote:
How accessible is the h6?

On 9/2/2019 3:50 PM, Aidan wrote:
Yes, just keep in mind that ls100 cannot record from 2 or more inputs
at the same time, only one at a time. Whereas the zoom h6 can, and to
turn each input on/off, is very easy.

On 9/2/19, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:
There use to be, the Olympus LS-100. So if you can find 1 on EBay or
Amazon go for it.

On 9/2/2019 3:29 PM, Christopher Wright wrote:
Hi,

Is there a blind-user-friendly audio recorder that has dual XLR/1/4″
combo inputs or one XLR input and a 3.5mm input that goes to a
separate channel?

This question was inspired by the following blog post:

https://thepodcastersstudio.com/recording-skype-with-no-mixer-or-software/




Re: digital audio recorders: looking for a specific type

Hamit Campos
 

Well for general recording it's usable enough. the only real problems are that 1 no talking so you will need help when menu diving. Then 2 no beeps music or nothing like the PTRs or Olympus's so you'll need headphones to know what is armed what's not and how many tracks are armed. But for grabbing and going meh once you've gotten the menu diving and track arming out of the way you good. I have 1 and love it. I got it because it's a 6 channal recorder and it has a brighter sound than the LS 100. I only meantioned teh 100 because you asked for a "blind friendly" recorder. Sad ain't it? That there's nothing that's PTR2 accessible but with XLRs phantum and that is studio grade. Could it be that it's supposed that blind people either don't care for studio gear or don't know enough to do so? Sorry if that offends anyone but 1 does have to wander why there's no true studio grade blind friendly gear. Remember friends who knows why the Olympus DS 50 even spoke in the first place. Did olympus know or care blind people used them? Who even knows.

On 9/2/2019 3:55 PM, Christopher Wright wrote:
How accessible is the h6?

On 9/2/2019 3:50 PM, Aidan wrote:
Yes, just keep in mind that ls100 cannot record from 2 or more inputs
at the same time, only one at a time. Whereas the zoom h6 can, and to
turn each input on/off, is very easy.

On 9/2/19, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:
There use to be, the Olympus LS-100. So if you can find 1 on EBay or
Amazon go for it.

On 9/2/2019 3:29 PM, Christopher Wright wrote:
Hi,

Is there a blind-user-friendly audio recorder that has dual XLR/1/4″
combo inputs or one XLR input and a 3.5mm input that goes to a
separate channel?

This question was inspired by the following blog post:

https://thepodcastersstudio.com/recording-skype-with-no-mixer-or-software/




Re: digital audio recorders: looking for a specific type

Christopher Wright
 

How accessible is the h6?

On 9/2/2019 3:50 PM, Aidan wrote:
Yes, just keep in mind that ls100 cannot record from 2 or more inputs
at the same time, only one at a time. Whereas the zoom h6 can, and to
turn each input on/off, is very easy.

On 9/2/19, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:
There use to be, the Olympus LS-100. So if you can find 1 on EBay or
Amazon go for it.

On 9/2/2019 3:29 PM, Christopher Wright wrote:
Hi,

Is there a blind-user-friendly audio recorder that has dual XLR/1/4″
combo inputs or one XLR input and a 3.5mm input that goes to a
separate channel?

This question was inspired by the following blog post:

https://thepodcastersstudio.com/recording-skype-with-no-mixer-or-software/



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Re: digital audio recorders: looking for a specific type

Aidan
 

Yes, just keep in mind that ls100 cannot record from 2 or more inputs
at the same time, only one at a time. Whereas the zoom h6 can, and to
turn each input on/off, is very easy.

On 9/2/19, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:
There use to be, the Olympus LS-100. So if you can find 1 on EBay or
Amazon go for it.

On 9/2/2019 3:29 PM, Christopher Wright wrote:
Hi,

Is there a blind-user-friendly audio recorder that has dual XLR/1/4″
combo inputs or one XLR input and a 3.5mm input that goes to a
separate channel?

This question was inspired by the following blog post:

https://thepodcastersstudio.com/recording-skype-with-no-mixer-or-software/





Re: digital audio recorders: looking for a specific type

Hamit Campos
 

There use to be, the Olympus LS-100. So if you can find 1 on EBay or Amazon go for it.

On 9/2/2019 3:29 PM, Christopher Wright wrote:
Hi,

Is there a blind-user-friendly audio recorder that has dual XLR/1/4″ combo inputs or one XLR input and a 3.5mm input that goes to a separate channel?

This question was inspired by the following blog post:

https://thepodcastersstudio.com/recording-skype-with-no-mixer-or-software/


digital audio recorders: looking for a specific type

Christopher Wright
 

Hi,

Is there a blind-user-friendly audio recorder that has dual XLR/1/4″ combo inputs or one XLR input and a 3.5mm input that goes to a separate channel?

This question was inspired by the following blog post:

https://thepodcastersstudio.com/recording-skype-with-no-mixer-or-software/

--




Christopher Wright - helping podcasters, trainers, and speakers produce and publish great spoken word audio without spending hours on editing
Phone: 914-664-5014 [If I don't respond within thirty seconds, you can leave a voicemail. If you would like to speak with me, please request an appointment]
email: chris@wright-media.com
web site: www.wright-media.com
Twitter: @chrisw1
Skype: wrightmedia1
Linked In profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/wrightmedia


Re: Creating Daisy Audio Books

Andrea Sherry
 

Thanks

On 1/09/2019 4:56 pm, Dane Trethowan wrote:
Perhaps this link may help?
http://www.daisy.org/forums/19350


-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Andrea Sherry
Sent: Sunday, 1 September 2019 2:47 PM
To: All Audio <all-audio@groups.io>
Subject: [all-audio] Creating Daisy Audio Books

I have this program called OBI 4.3.

Finding it somewhat confusing to use.

Does anyone know of a tutorial to learn this package?

Andrea








Re: Creating Daisy Audio Books

Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
 

Perhaps this link may help?
http://www.daisy.org/forums/19350

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Andrea Sherry
Sent: Sunday, 1 September 2019 2:47 PM
To: All Audio <all-audio@groups.io>
Subject: [all-audio] Creating Daisy Audio Books

I have this program called OBI 4.3.

Finding it somewhat confusing to use.

Does anyone know of a tutorial to learn this package?

Andrea


Creating Daisy Audio Books

Andrea Sherry
 

I have this program called OBI 4.3.

Finding it somewhat confusing to use.

Does anyone know of a tutorial to learn this package?

Andrea


Re: Anyone using any of the Applian Technology programs?

Aidan
 

I use replay media and it cover many cases.
Press on the recorder button in the main program and it will become active.

On 8/31/19, Yusuf Osman <yusuf.osman@yusufosman.org.uk> wrote:
Thanks very much! Which of the Replay programs are you using? I looked at
Replay Radio, Media Catcher and Music and I had some difficulties in working
out how to record from the line-in in all 3. But I didn't spend too much
time on this and intend to put a lot more effort in today.
Yusuf
-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Aidan
Sent: 31 August 2019 00:28
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Anyone using any of the Applian Technology
programs?

Hello.
Replay is very usable with both NVDA and jaws on windows10 and I am using
the latest. The only thing I hate is that newer pc's come with secure boot
turned on, and that feature make it difficult with one or too features, but
to record from line in is no problem. And the audio recorder portion is easy
to use.

On 8/30/19, Georgina Joyce <gena@gena-j.me.uk> wrote:
Hello,

There is great free material from the link below. With professional
delivery the Audio Ins and Outs course is well worth working through.
I haven’t listened to the Goldwave course as I am working with Reaper.

http://wiki.cucat.org/index.php/Main/AudioInsAndOuts

HTH

On 30 Aug 2019, at 13:01, Yusuf Osman <yusuf.osman@yusufosman.org.uk>
wrote:

Hi, I've been using Replay7 for years to record various materials on
to my computer via the Line-in on my computer. Now that I've bought a
new PC with Windows10 I've been looking at the more recent offerings
from Applian. I've only taken a brief look but they don't seem to
work as easily with Jaws as Replay7, although that might be because I
am not as familiar. Is there anyone who uses Replay Capture 7 or any
of the other programs in the Replay range that could comment on their
usability?

Alternatively what else could I use to record from a line-in to my PC.

I do have GoldWave on my computer but have never managed to
successfully record from the line-in.
Cheers
Yusuf


Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73










Re: Anyone using any of the Applian Technology programs?

Yusuf Osman
 

Thanks very much! Which of the Replay programs are you using? I looked at Replay Radio, Media Catcher and Music and I had some difficulties in working out how to record from the line-in in all 3. But I didn't spend too much time on this and intend to put a lot more effort in today.
Yusuf

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Aidan
Sent: 31 August 2019 00:28
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Anyone using any of the Applian Technology programs?

Hello.
Replay is very usable with both NVDA and jaws on windows10 and I am using the latest. The only thing I hate is that newer pc's come with secure boot turned on, and that feature make it difficult with one or too features, but to record from line in is no problem. And the audio recorder portion is easy to use.

On 8/30/19, Georgina Joyce <gena@gena-j.me.uk> wrote:
Hello,

There is great free material from the link below. With professional
delivery the Audio Ins and Outs course is well worth working through.
I haven’t listened to the Goldwave course as I am working with Reaper.

http://wiki.cucat.org/index.php/Main/AudioInsAndOuts

HTH

On 30 Aug 2019, at 13:01, Yusuf Osman <yusuf.osman@yusufosman.org.uk>
wrote:

Hi, I've been using Replay7 for years to record various materials on
to my computer via the Line-in on my computer. Now that I've bought a
new PC with Windows10 I've been looking at the more recent offerings
from Applian. I've only taken a brief look but they don't seem to
work as easily with Jaws as Replay7, although that might be because I
am not as familiar. Is there anyone who uses Replay Capture 7 or any
of the other programs in the Replay range that could comment on their usability?

Alternatively what else could I use to record from a line-in to my PC.

I do have GoldWave on my computer but have never managed to
successfully record from the line-in.
Cheers
Yusuf


Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73





Re: Anyone using any of the Applian Technology programs?

Aidan
 

Hello.
Replay is very usable with both NVDA and jaws on windows10 and I am
using the latest. The only thing I hate is that newer pc's come with
secure boot turned on, and that feature make it difficult with one or
too features, but to record from line in is no problem. And the audio
recorder portion is easy to use.

On 8/30/19, Georgina Joyce <gena@gena-j.me.uk> wrote:
Hello,

There is great free material from the link below. With professional delivery
the Audio Ins and Outs course is well worth working through. I haven’t
listened to the Goldwave course as I am working with Reaper.

http://wiki.cucat.org/index.php/Main/AudioInsAndOuts

HTH

On 30 Aug 2019, at 13:01, Yusuf Osman <yusuf.osman@yusufosman.org.uk>
wrote:

Hi, I've been using Replay7 for years to record various materials on to my
computer via the Line-in on my computer. Now that I've bought a new PC
with Windows10 I've been looking at the more recent offerings from
Applian. I've only taken a brief look but they don't seem to work as
easily with Jaws as Replay7, although that might be because I am not as
familiar. Is there anyone who uses Replay Capture 7 or any of the other
programs in the Replay range that could comment on their usability?

Alternatively what else could I use to record from a line-in to my PC.

I do have GoldWave on my computer but have never managed to successfully
record from the line-in.
Cheers
Yusuf


Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73





Re: Bose Home Speaker 500

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!The Home pod doesn’t seem to sell every where in the world.
But get it if you can afford it.
/A

30 aug. 2019 kl. 04:36 skrev Kelly Pierce <kellytalk@gmail.com>:

Why mess around with this device? If you want a fabulous sounding
speaker, get the Home Pod for $100 less. It can be controlled
accessibly through an i Phone. Target sold it earlier this summer for
$200, half the price of the Bose 500.

Kelly
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On 8/28/19, Colin Phelan <colinphelan1@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi All,

Does anyone have one of the above. I love the style and sound of the unit
and that meets my purpose.

My concern is it appears to have a touch screen only and I would be
interested in whether a few bump ons or similar can address this and make
the functionality accessible.

Thanks for any thoughts

Colin








Re: Anyone using any of the Applian Technology programs?

Georgina Joyce
 

Hello,

There is great free material from the link below. With professional delivery the Audio Ins and Outs course is well worth working through. I haven’t listened to the Goldwave course as I am working with Reaper.

http://wiki.cucat.org/index.php/Main/AudioInsAndOuts

HTH

On 30 Aug 2019, at 13:01, Yusuf Osman <yusuf.osman@yusufosman.org.uk> wrote:

Hi, I've been using Replay7 for years to record various materials on to my computer via the Line-in on my computer. Now that I've bought a new PC with Windows10 I've been looking at the more recent offerings from Applian. I've only taken a brief look but they don't seem to work as easily with Jaws as Replay7, although that might be because I am not as familiar. Is there anyone who uses Replay Capture 7 or any of the other programs in the Replay range that could comment on their usability?

Alternatively what else could I use to record from a line-in to my PC.

I do have GoldWave on my computer but have never managed to successfully record from the line-in.
Cheers
Yusuf


Gena

Call: M0EBP
DMR ID: 2346259
Loc: IO83PS
73


Anyone using any of the Applian Technology programs?

Yusuf Osman
 

Hi, I've been using Replay7 for years to record various materials on to my computer via the Line-in on my computer. Now that I've bought a new PC with Windows10 I've been looking at the more recent offerings from Applian. I've only taken a brief look but they don't seem to work as easily with Jaws as Replay7, although that might be because I am not as familiar. Is there anyone who uses Replay Capture 7 or any of the other programs in the Replay range that could comment on their usability?

Alternatively what else could I use to record from a line-in to my PC.

I do have GoldWave on my computer but have never managed to successfully record from the line-in.
Cheers
Yusuf


Re: Bose Home Speaker 500

Kelly Pierce
 

Why mess around with this device? If you want a fabulous sounding
speaker, get the Home Pod for $100 less. It can be controlled
accessibly through an i Phone. Target sold it earlier this summer for
$200, half the price of the Bose 500.

Kelly
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On 8/28/19, Colin Phelan <colinphelan1@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi All,

Does anyone have one of the above. I love the style and sound of the unit
and that meets my purpose.

My concern is it appears to have a touch screen only and I would be
interested in whether a few bump ons or similar can address this and make
the functionality accessible.

Thanks for any thoughts

Colin







My Adventures with my Blue spark Blackout

Merv Keck
 

Hi,

I wanted to conclude my story about my Blue spark here. I hope this is not
considered being too chatty. I am doing this because I took the advice of
the group and ended up with a Rode Microphone instead. the one everyone
recommended. I still have the Apogee One Plus One so I only needed one for
vocal work and got the one that amazon had for around $260 US$ with a few
accessories. I'm blanking out on the model but in a big hurry at the
moment.

I had originally ordered the Blue spark during the week of amazon Prime for
about half of that and after six weeks of waiting I finally got refunded
when it did not arrive. The company said it was defective so they recalled
it and failed to notify me. I made out on the deal. I think the one I have
coming Friday is the NT1. I looked at both the NT4 and the NT1A anniversary
but decided on the one that everyone recommended.

Thanks everyone for their advice. I'll report on how it goes with what I
want to use it for.

Merv


Re: A Question About Simulating An Ambience

 

Hey JM,
Long time no see! How's it going man? We need to talk someday again :)

Thanks for your suggestion. I'll see what I get googling "vocal tannoy audio effect editor".
Oh, playing with highpass filter is always cool! Lots of fun with this tool which can be used for many things at the same time.

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


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JM Casey wrote:

Well, most of those speakers are very low quality, so you probably want an eq filter to remove most of the low frequencies from your voice. I've seen presets that say things like "telephone" and the like; soundforge probably has some. Experiment with high-pass filters (sorry, I'm a bit new to this so I hope I got this right) and see what you can come up with. I just did a quick google search for "vocal tannoy effect audio editor" and a lot of results came up. You'll just have to experiment. Have fun.

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