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The soundtrack for Lord of the Rings Online has received much praise for its quality and variety.[21][22] It features compositions from Turbine composer Stephen Digregorio as well as original songs from acclaimed video game composer Chance Thomas. Other composers include Geoff Scott, Brad Spears, and Egan Budd. According to Thomas, all references that were made to the music of the peoples of Middle-earth in the books were used to extrapolate as much information as possible about the instruments and styles that each race would have used to create their music. This information was then used as the base for creating the score.[23] Additionally, 61 songs from the game were made available for free in mp3 format using a download manager released by Turbine.[24]




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Until recently, one aspect that commercial screen readers such as JAWS and Window Eyes have had over Non Visual Desktop Access (NVDA) is the built-in ability for a user to seamlessly take control of another computer remotely if the other computer is running the same screen reader. In March of 2015, the programmers Christopher Toth and Tyler Spivey created a crowdfunding campaign to develop an add-on for NVDA to allow for this same remote access. The campaign was successful and the NVDA Remote Access add-on was released in the early summer of 2015. The add-on is both open source and free to download and use. For this article, I will walk through using the add-on and also describe my experience using the add-on. 350c69d7ab


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