One week to go until our first Monthly Meet-up Session. We are very excited to bring members of our community together, and are delighted to be featuring Slau Halatyn as our headline guest. Please register… Read More »Introducing our Monthly Meet-up Sessions: 1 week to go!
Recording, editing, mixing, live/event sound work, radio, podcasts, audiobooks, etc.
Here, you can find tips, advice, ideas on how to provide accessible music lessons. RNIB’s ‘Guide to teaching music to pupils with vision impairment’ Macular Society’s ‘Tips for teaching music to vision impaired students’
Native Instruments have designed a range of MIDI controller keyboards that can be used for live performance and audio production. https://www.redbull.com/gb-en/komplete-kontrol-changing-game-visually-impaired-musicians
Are you interested in music or podcast producing, but not yet ready to tackle more complex softwares like Logic Pro and Reaper? Or perhaps you’re looking for an affordable and accessible audio editing tool? Then… Read More »Audacity – a free multitrack audio editor
Following the success of the ‘Inclusive Design in Harmony’ event held earlier this year, RNIB and Sound Without Sight will be hosting a workshop at this year’s Audio Developer Conference. The session will promote the work happening across the audio industry to support accessibility and inclusive design. It will facilitate roundtable discussion between key developers in the industry, also offering attendees the chance to ask questions.
Reaper is a very popular Digital Audio Workstation for audio content creators and music producers alike, due to it being more affordable and flexible than other mainstream software options. However it’s considered a favourite amongst… Read More »Reaper accessibility – a list of resources
If you’re blind or visually impaired, and use VoiceOver to access your laptop or computer, then you will know that it is virtually impossible to use a mouse or trackpad, and instead, we have to… Read More »Logic Band – resources for accessing Logic Pro and Garageband
The RNIB’s Music Advisory Service (MAS) supports people with sight loss in any aspect of making music. This includes, but not limited to funding advice, music notation and transcription, accessible audio production, networking, maintaining well-being,… Read More »RNIB Music Advisory Service
Able Artist Foundation (AAF) serves creative adults with disabilities who are low-income. Their mission is two-fold: provide access to purchase music hardware and software products at a substantial discount that are provided by many generous… Read More »Able Artist Foundation – access discounts to music software and hardware products