[Menvi-discuss] music technology for VI
billlist1 at comcast.net
Tue Dec 20 16:27:36 PST 2011
Also, take some time to check out the CakeTalking for SONAR alternative.
Major difference between CakeTalking and Jsonar is that CakeTalking is not
only a set of scripts to make SONAR accessible but it also installs a number
of tutorials in the form of Word documents that are written primarily to
help the JAWS user get the most out of using SONAR. You receive about 600
pages of detailed information on setting up and using SONAR as a blind user.
CakeTalking also provides you with a wealth of online help and tutorial
messages that guide you as you use SONAR. CakeTalking allows you access to
certain features of SONAR which Jsonar cannot such as the VVocal pitch
correction feature. Bottom line is that CakeTalking is especially helpful
to the vast majority of blind users of SONAR who are new to digital audio
workstation software like SONAR.
You can listen to an audio presentation of a blind musician using SONAR by
going to www.DancingDots.com and following the link to "Presentations" and
then selecting the link for CakeTalking. Or you can go to
www.DancingDots.com and follow the link to our CakeTalking page and then
download the presentation as an mp3 file.
Founder and President of Dancing Dots since 1992
Tel:  610-783-6692
From: menvi-discuss-bounces at menvi.org
[mailto:menvi-discuss-bounces at menvi.org] On Behalf Of Rick Coates
Sent: Tuesday, December 20, 2011 4:46 PM
To: This is for discussing music and braille literacy
Subject: Re: [Menvi-discuss] music technology for VI
Thanks Marda for the info. It is interesting that Jaws works with any kind
of audio or music program. I had always had issues, believing it to be
based the graphics involved in the music programs. I will see what I can do
with J Sonar. Rick
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