[Mm-friends] Audio related mailing lists or podcasts
christopherh40 at gmail.com
Sat May 25 14:10:06 EDT 2013
Probably not, as they rely on stereo sound in relation to where things
are positioned in the play area. Speak soon, friend!
On 25/05/2013 18:49, Carrie Francis wrote:
> Hearing the sound isn't the problem. I only hear out of one ear; I am deaf on my left side. Would I still be able to play these games? Also, can you remind me where your podcasts are so I can listen to this one? Thanks. Speak, soon, from!!
>> Date: Sat, 25 May 2013 18:33:59 +0100
>> From: christopherh40 at gmail.com
>> To: mm-friends at acbradio.org
>> Subject: Re: [Mm-friends] Audio related mailing lists or podcasts
>> I can give you an idea that's basic for some but works for me.
>> 1. Have a pair of good quality headphones.
>> 2. Use Total Recorder with the free Digital Mixer add-on. Total Recorder
>> is unique in that it provides virtual sound cards that captures the
>> computer's own output. The Digital Mixer add-on allows you to use both
>> sound board (microphone, line in, etc) and software (virtual sound
>> cards) mode at the same time.
>> If you cannot do this, but you do have an iOS device, then try one of
>> the many recorder apps that are out there. I use Dropvox. Simply placing
>> it as nearest to the computer as possible should give very good to
>> excellent output for both your voice and the computer's output.
>> Good luck.
>> On 25/05/2013 18:07, Paul Hunt wrote:
>>>> Hello. I'm interested in learning how to produce podcast quality audio similar to what's done by the Main menu team. Are there any mailing lists or tutorials geared to this topic?
>>> Thanks so much.
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