This article collates all the inclusively designed software, hardware, instruments, ensembles, and opportunities mentioned by panellists at the ‘Inclusive Design in Harmony’ event.
A summary of the conversation from the ‘Inclusive Design in Harmony’ roundtable event, which explored ways of improving inclusion of people who have additional access requirements.
We are very excited to share that we are now recruiting for two young people, who will help us drive the Sound Without Sight initiative across the music industry.
Daisy Higman, Music Support Officer at RNIB, writes about the newly redesigned Awards, which offer a framework for progression for braille music learners in the UK.
We are delighted to share that Sound Without Sight has been designated as a Community Sponsor of the Audio Developer Conference 2023. This article details ADC’s commitment to accessibility and invites submissions of talk proposals.
In this podcast episode, I interview Jay Pocknell; founder of Sound Without Sight, and a producer and mixing engineer from the UK. We discuss Sound Without Sight and Jay’s path to becoming an engineer, which obstacles he needed to overcome, and how we as the audio community can remove some of these obstacles permanently.
I am incredibly happy to share that Sound Without Sight has received a grant from RNIB’s Elizabeth Eagle-Bott Memorial Fund for the second year running. Firstly, I would like to say on behalf of everyone… Read More »Sound Without Sight update – your ideas wanted!
Bobby writes about his multi-disciplinary journey as a musician so far. He shares his techniques for learning and playing music, using assistive technology, and networking as someone with low vision.
Dr. Tony Stockman, of Queen Mary, University of London, writes an initial introduction to the three main audio programming languages that are currently accessible to blind and visually impaired programmers.
John Merriman details the constant evolution of Crown Lane Studios, as it strives to be the world’s most accessible recording and rehearsal space.