The Reaper application is a multiTracked audio and MIDI recording program, availble from Reaper.fm
These scritps are free of charge, and are intended to support the OSARA accessibility package for Reaper, being developed by NVAccess. Link to the NVAccess OSARA page Make sure you have the latest Osara installed.
The following installer has been modified to work with jaws 2018, as well as with earlier versions: Download the scripts installer, and run it as normal:
To provide future jaws key strokes, without conflicting with reaper assignments, a new keyboard layer, jawsKey+z has been added. This obviated the standard jaws key for controlling the virtual cursor. But, we do not believe that function is required while inside reaper, and so the hot key can be reassigned.
Press insert+z to activate the layer, then press one of the layer key strokes. All valid keys close the layer after performing their function. Pressing any other key will exit the layer.
JawsKey+z followed by h will list the layer keystrokes.
Two special layer commands have been added.
m = monitoring ReaComp gain reduction. To use this, press f, from the track list, to open the fx dialog, and focus on ReaComp. You may need to add this effect, if it is not already on this track. Once you have the UI window for ReaComp open, press JawsKey+z, followed by M to activate monitoring. JAWS should say that monitoring is active. You should hear the gain reduction spoken once every 2 seconds. Press jawsKey+z, followed by m again to stop the monitoring.
Second new key stroke is JawsKey+z followed by v. This should be used when focused in the list of effect names in the F dialog. It is intended to present a list of effect names with prefixes stripped away, so you can more easily find the one you want. Use first letter navigation, or arrow keys to find your effect.
There are two buttons you can access, using shift+tab, for expanding, or contracting the list. Expand, returns the list to showing the original names. Contract, attempts to remove leading prefixes. You can switch back and forth between the lists at will. Once you find an effect, press enter to insert that effect, and the entire dialog will close. Or, press escape to close the virtualizer, and return to the original, unmodified list.
Here are other change notes for v15:
Reaper Scripts Version 15
Reaper Scripts Version 14
This is a Python program. So you need to install Python on your machine in order to use this program, or otherwise have a means of running python programs. JAWS Scritps are not required for this.
This converter assumes that the audio files that you are including in your project are named using the artist - title format. If further assumes, that all tracks will be scanned, and that items of 60 second length, or longer, should be included. But, if your items in reaper are just live voice recordings, those file names will turn up in your cue sheet as well, and you will need to edit the resulting cue sheet manually, to turn those numerical filenames into something useful to stream.
To use this, download This Python program
This program is provided as is. You can edit it to your hearts content. This product is not supported. I give it to you, free of charge. You do with it what you will.
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