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Audio Level Monitoring for Blind Sound Engineers/Recordists

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Audio level monitoring relies heavily on visual displays which are inappropriate for blind users. This paper will describe a technique which allows a blind sound recordist to set her/ his own levels via an audio cue. It will describe the design and implementation of a unit which handles stereo recording in the studio and on location and it will discuss extensions of the technique to multitrack recording.

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