|CakeTalking ||Software that provides a set of customized configurations for the JAWS for Windows screen reader that allows blind musicians to use both basic and advanced features of Cakewalk SONAR, a music editing and recording program. Includes extensive tutorials in the form of Word documents written for the JAWS user.
|GOODFEEL Braille Music Translator||Translates music files into braille. Transcribes instrumental parts, vocal solos, keyboard works and full orchestral scores from beginner through advanced levels. Includes Lime music notation editor, Sharpeye music OCR software and LimeAloud access method.|
|iPhone||The iPhone is a line of Internet and multimedia-enabled smartphones designed and marketed by Apple Inc. An iPhone functions as a camera phone (also including text messaging and visual voicemail), a portable media player (equivalent to a video iPod), and an Internet client (with e-mail, web browsing, and Wi-Fi connectivity). The user interface is built around the device's multi-touch screen, including a virtual keyboard rather than a physical one. Third-party applications are available from the App Store.
|Lime Aloud||Lime Aloud brings access technology to Lime notation editor software. Blind composers and arrangers can prepare high quality editions of their musical ideas with Lime. New material can be created using the Lime editor, imported from NIFF files made with SharpEye or via Lime's MusicXML import function. MusicXML files can now be exported from a growing number of music notation programs, including Finale and Sibelius.|
|Plextalk PTR2||Records and plays DAISY titles, MP3, and .wav audio files and stores them on a compact flash card. |
|Sibelius Speaking||The Sibelius Speaking scripts customize the JAWS for Windows
screen reader to permit composers or arrangers who are blind to independently transfer their compositions directly to the printed page. You can enter notes from your PC's keyboard or with any MIDI (piano-style) musical
keyboard attached to your PC.|