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1324 Using Sonar with NVDA (June 12, 2013)

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News flash: Eyes On Success (formerly ViewPoints) won the 2012 IAAIS Program of the Year Award in the Consumer Information Category ! ! !
The winning show was:
Show #1242 - Downloading and Reading Books on a Smart Phone
Cllick on the link above to download or listen to that episode.

IAAIS represents over 140 reading services throughout the United States and in Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and South Africa.
Find out more about the IAAIS (International Association of Audio Information Services) by going to their home page at:
http://iaais.org

We did an interview about NVDA with Mick Curran a while back. If you'd like to download or listen to that show click on the following link:
Show #1250 - NVDA, a free, open source, screen reader

If you'd like to hear more from Jamie Teh's band "The Nth Degree", go to their web site at:
www.nthdegreeofmusic.com

Find out more about MidiMag, a source of information for blind musicians, at:
www.midimag.org
You can join the MidiMag e-mail forum to network with other blind musicians by sending a blank e-mail message to:
midimag-subscribe@midimag.org

If you'd like to use the tools Jamie put together for using Sonar with NVDA or contribute to this effort, go to:
https://launchpad.net/nvda-sonar

Jamie also maintains a blog and some instructions for using Sonar with NVDA at:
http://blog.jantrid.net/p/nvda-sonar.html
Note: In the original interview Jamie indicated that the process for installing and configuring his tools to be used with NVDA and Sonar could be challenging for some. After the show aired, however, Jamie contacted us to say that the installation and configuration process for using these tools has been greatly simplified. See his blog above for details and instructions.

You can find out more about the free NVDA screen reader for Windows or download the program by going to the NVAccess home page at:
www.nvaccess.org

You can also find out more about Cakewalk's Sonar program for audio and midi editing and production at:
www.cakewalk.com