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‘An Introduction to Inclusive Design of Audio Products’: summary and recording from the Audio Developer Conference workshop

Introduction The last couple of years have seen a huge increase in the attention to the discourse surrounding inclusivity and accessibility in design of audio and music software. With recent efforts by companies such as… Read More »‘An Introduction to Inclusive Design of Audio Products’: summary and recording from the Audio Developer Conference workshop

Photo collage. Picture 1: Sarah Bayley singing as part of a band alongside a guitarist and bassist. Photo 2: Zenny modelling against an ivy-covered wall.

Hello from our Music Industry Engagement Interns

Hear and read a short introduction from Sarah and Zenny – our two Music Industry Engagement Interns. Since late 2023, the Sound Without Sight project has been very lucky to be working with Sarah and Zenny, who have already helped our knowledge hub to amass over 40 articles, and have been integral to the development of our Monthly Meet-up Sessions, which launch this week.

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Audio Programming Unseen: an introduction 

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.