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Audio Repository

Welcome to the audio download section of the Braille 2000 with speech capability. On this page, you will find demos and an audio tutorial in single files and one large zip file.

Demos will be included as part of the tutorial as well as separate for those who want just demonstration material. We also will include audio for the transcribers section that will include how I worked with Braille 2000 up until today.

Downloading files

Most of the files are mp3's, an audio file format compatible for computers and phones. To download the files, hit shift+f10 or right click and select "save target as" or "save link as" and select your path for downloading. Your browser may save things in a default browser, check this out on your own. If you need assistance, contact Jared Rimer through our contact page and assistance will be given. For the zip file, you should be able to click the file or press enter and it should prompt to download. Mp3's will play within the browser when hitting enter or clicking.

Audio Tutorial

The audio tutorial is in 14 parts. An entire zip file including the demos will be provided within this set. Instructions are provided above on how to download the files. The file sizes will be provided within the link so you know how large the files are. The tutorial is numbered 001-014, the demos are 100-104 in the zipped set. The demos will be provided on this site separately should you want to download them individually.

Other demos within this list that are not specific to the Talking Edition are numbered 200 onward. Those files can be downloaded individually, no zip will be provided.

That completes the tutorial section!

Demonstrations

For those who want copies of the demos separately, please find them below. They are files 100 onward.

This completes the demos.

Demos of Braille 2000 as a whole as I learned it

This section will contain files that are not part of the official tutorial. This section will contain files starting at 200. They will talk about Braille2000 in detail on how I learned it from before the Talking Edition, to concepts I've learned in later lessons. I've got stuff I can show that is separate that can demo some other aspects which will help the blind transcriber.

Links

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If you wish to donate to this project and you find it of value, you may go to go to this paypal link to donate or go go to the JaredRimer Network donations page to do so. Its not required, but it would be appreciated. The best way to say thanks however is to buy the talking edition through Braille2000 as that is what this site is for.



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Acknowledgements

I would like to sincerely thank Bob Stepp at Braille 2000 for his hard dedicated work with this project. Without you, I'd be stuck using a product I am not too fond of, and I like the value of choice. Thank you so much for your assistance as we develop a great product.

I'd like to also thank any other testers used within this project and providing feedback. Without you, we are unable to find all possible issues and we thank you for providing that feedback. Please continue to do so.

Disclaimer

Links on this web site are for informational purposes only. The experiences are my own, and your milage will vary. No answers on the transcription course are given, only experiences as I learn what the course wanted, and my knowledge of Braille 2000 grew. The tutorial and demos are for you to learn, and Braille 2000 staff encourages you to contact us with comments, questions, or concerns with the way the software works.

This site collects no personal information. A link to contact Jared Rimer at the accessibility department is provided and it is an off site email address. This domain is used as an informational source. Bob's information has been provided as a convenience, please contact Bob with specific technical issues beyond my scope and knowledge of the product. I'll be sure to let you know if I do not know about the issue, and we'll learn together. Please share your experiences! We work as a team, without you, the product couldn't be what it is today.