[vip_students] Music workshops - July 2009

  • From: "Stuart Lawler" <stuart.lawler@xxxxxxx>
  • To: <vip_students@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 6 Apr 2009 16:50:38 +0100

Dear all,

Please find details of two exciting music workshops below.  If you are
interested in attending please contact me.

Kind Regards,



NCBI's Rehabilitation Training Centre in conjunction with Dancing Dots are
delighted to announce details of two music workshops on Friday 10th July.
If you are a Vision Impaired musician, a teacher, music educator, a producer
of accessible music or just someone who wants to know more, then these
workshops are not to be missed!

Workshop 1.  Friday 10th July from 10:00 to 12 noon.

Producing High Quality Braille Music and Print Scores with GOODFEEL and Lime
Aloud.  Find out how to use the power of the GOODFEEL Braille Music
Translator in conjunction with Lime music notation software, SharpEye music
scanning software and the extremely impressive Lime Aloud access method,
enabling totally blind musicians to read notation and listen to print scores
on-the-fly.  Automatically convert print music notation into the equivalent
braille music without being a braille specialist.  Blind musicians can now
enter, revise and print their musical compositions using Lime Aloud.

Workshop 2.  Friday 10th July from 2:00 to 4:00.

Using SONAR with Dancing Dots' 'CakeTalking for SONAR'.  Learn how to
record, mix and master a professional audio production from start to finish.
The presenter will mix a wide range of synthetic instrumental sounds
triggered by an electronic musical keyboard with acoustic vocals and
instruments recorded with a microphone. 

Admission is free but reservations required.  To book a place for either or
both workshops please contact Stuart Lawler at the rehabilitation training
centre on 018821961 or email stuart.lawler@xxxxxxxx


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