Audio format

If reading print is not possible or proves difficult, audio format is a great alternative. For people who are blind or low vision, a properly rendered audio file eliminates the challenge of interpreting computer files that contain graphics, multiple columns or other design components that are not screen reader-friendly.

Choose between synthetic and human voice

With audio, there are two options: a synthetic/automated voice and a human voice. Some listeners prefer the synthetic voice because they are accustomed to it or find it more intelligible when sped up, whereas others find the human voice easier on the ears. Ultimately, the user should be able to choose the option he or she is most comfortable with. T-Base produces all types of communications in audio format, including statements, documents and textbooks.

An image of a man in a coffee shop. He’s smiling, listening to audio through earbuds and typing on his laptop.