Re: [linux-audio-dev] Re: [off-list] Read this after your first cup of coffee

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Date: Sunday, August 22, 2004 - 12:09 am

On Sun, Aug 22, 2004 at 06:04:00AM EST, John Check wrote:

Blind/vision impaired people are able to achieve fine editing under Windows,
at least with two programs that I know of, and one of which I have used, and in
fact bought a license for, as I found it so handy, and I indeed still do.

GoldWave has some of the best keystrokes for editing audio, and with this,
one of the best selection and marking systems that is suitable for VIP use.
One can simply use the SHIFT plus left or right arrow keys to select the
start marker of the selection, all the while being able to play from the
marker with a simple key press. For more fine alignment, zooming in and out is
possible with the shift plus up or down arrow keys. For the right marker, one
simply uses the control + shift + left and right arrow keys to position the
right marker, zooming in and out as need be.

SoundForge is capable of doing much the same thing, although I have never
used it, and am going on what I have heard from blind/vision impaired users.
--
Luke Yelavich
http://www.audioslack.com
luke@audioslack.com

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