I really wish I knew why Swamp was quiet on your computer.  I still haven't had 
anyone else report this problem and I have no idea why it would be happening.

> Hi.
> I'm not Jonnie I admit, but being able to boost both sides
> together too would sure be nice. My game is still quiet,
> regardless of skype. By the way, what you're referring to
> when you told me about skype making the volume of other
> sounds decrease is a feature in win7 that is found in the
> sounds control pannel under the communications tab. It
> allows you to select whether or how much you want your
> volume of other sounds to be decreased when in a VOIP call.
> I usually have this hp's volume at about 20 percent, but
> when I play swamp, I put it at 100 percent and use NVDA to
> read it instead of JAWS, as NVDA allows you to turn down the
> speech volume. I use it at about 20 percent and that's what
> I was doing with swamp though I didn't mention it in the
> review. If I'm not mistaken Shades of Doom uses the same
> language and technology as Swamp, and it's not quiet like
> that. If I have to, I'm happy to at least be able to turn it
> up at all, but it sure is quiet on my end. Also, a cool
> feature in win7 is that you can adjust the volume of running
> programs individually using the sound mixer aplet, but the
> sigmotel, IDT audio what ever you want to call it, in my hp
> pulls the master volume up when you increase the volume of
> something. So the only solution there is to turn master
> volume all the way up then bring down everything but swamp.
> That messes those other programs up when you're done playing
> and want to do other things, though. So My NVDA solution is
> ;probably the best for now.
> 
> Thanks for bringing us this game. I'm pretty hooked on it.
> I'm happy I'm at least somewhat good at it. I'm lucky to be
> able to play anything, and I'm not half bad at swamp, at
> least not by my own standards. I'm ready to record the new
> lines for my voiceover whenever.


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