[DECtalk] entering lyrics and switching between tracks in a multitrack midi file in vocaloid
brandongold98 at gmail.com
Fri May 20 11:10:03 EDT 2016
I've not used this program, but it might be possible to use screen
review in NVDA to get this working.
On 5/20/16, Ulysses Garcia via Dectalk <dectalk at bluegrasspals.com> wrote:
> A friend of mine couldn't find any Vocaloid four voices. How can they be
> Also, will using the object navigator in NVDA work for this? I'm
> guessing it might, although I discovered that you can multi-track with
> Studio Recorder, a programme originally written for audiobook narrators.
> On 19/05/2016 18:28, jake mcmahan wrote:
>> Hello everybod!
>> Jake McMahan here. For those of you who may remember, some of us
>> learned to use vocaloid even though we are blind to enter lyrics into
>> a single track, then combine tracks with a sound editing program
>> thanks to Garcia. So, with that in mind, I was doing some
>> experimenting with vocaloid 4 and jaws. What I discovered was, using
>> the jaws cursor, I could switch between all of my three tracks in one
>> midi file with a few steps. Onse I got to the track I wanted, I was
>> then able to right click, change the singer for the selected trach,
>> left click it two times and end up in the musical editor for that
>> selected track.
>> Let's say for example, I have three tracks. I want my first singer to
>> be Cyber Diva. I would go to the track editor by pressing control tab
>> once. Then I would root jaws cursor to PC cursor, find the track I
>> want, which is clearly labeled, and find where it shows part of the
>> singer's name. I would right click his or her name, go to active
>> singer, select her, and double click on the name with the left
>> button. It will pop up a dialog, close it and continue. Now we are
>> in the musical editor for the selected track. Select all parts, then
>> enter lyrics. Reffer to garcia's instructions if you have them.
>> Repeat this for all the tracks until you have them the way you want them.
>> Note, this has only been tested with jaws.
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