Getting Started! a Reaper course for visually impaired | Euphonic Episode
Announcing a brand new course of Sound Engineering for the visually impaired, “Getting Started with Reaper”. In this Reaper course, you will learn to use Reaper with your screen reader. For the first time in the world, the Reaper course will be conducted in Bengali. So, don’t miss it! If you want the same course in English, feel free to apply for the same in my Training Zone.
What is Reaper?
Reaper is a complete digital audio production application for computers (Windows, Mac & Linux). It offers a full multi-track audio and MIDI recording, editing, processing, mixing and mastering tool-set. It supports a vast range of hardware, digital formats and plugins. You can comprehensively extend and modify it. You are able to apply your own sets of scripts with ease. Visit the official website to know more about it.
Reaper’s full, flexible feature set and renowned stability have found a home wherever digital audio is used. Therefore, you will find it in commercial and home studios. You can also use it in broadcast, location recording, education, science and research, sound design, game development, and more places. From mission-critical professional environments to students’ laptops, there is a single version of REAPER, fully featured with no artificial limitations.
Screen Reader Compatibility
Reaper is accessible with your preffered screen reader including JAWS, NVDA, VoiceOver, even Narrator. You need to install the accessibility extension and you are good to go! It is Screen Reader independent. So, create a portable copy of Reaper and portable copy of NVDA. That’s it! You are carrying a portable studio suite in your pen drive. Isn’t that great?
Objectives of the Reaper course
In this corrse, you will learn how to use various features of Reaper with the help of your choice of screen reader application. So, you will learn about the basic of DAW (Digital Audio Workstation), how to operate it and Basic knowledge of it’s Audio operations. It includes applying effects, performing noice reduction, different types of recording mode, envelope management, midi basic, and lots more.
Reaper course details
The course details are as follows:
- Course name: “Getting Started with Reaper”,
- Mode: Online,
- Number of session: 4,
- Duration of each session: 2-3 hours.,
- Operating system: Windows (You can also follow with Mac),
- Screen reader: any screen reader of your choice,
- Online client: TeamTalk of any operating system including Android,
- Qualification: Basic knowledge to operate your PC with your preffered screen reader,
- Course assignment: Yes (optional, not mandatory),
- Total course fee: 1000 Indian rupees.
The software will be provided as demo preconfigured with accessibility extension and other settings. If you want to use Team Talk from your PC, a microphone is required to participate in the class. Your laptop’s microphone will also work in this case. You should have a stable internet connection for online streaming.
Don’t you know how to use TeamTalk? Here is a podcast describing the same in Bengali with Android:
If you want to know how to configure and use TeamTalk from your PC, Here is a podcast describing the same:
If you have any aditional query or if you want to join the course, kindly contact me. Please visit the Training Zone to participate in a training course anytime. Feel free to subscribe my recent post so that, you don’t miss any announcement. Kindly share this information to your friends. Thus, more and more visually impaired people will receive the benefits.
Pradip Chandra Sikdar
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