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Try Reeper for Windows. Its a sharware program and works well
with NVDA and the Osara pluggin NV Access produced. From what I
understand Reeper by itself won't work. Have fun and let me know
when you release your first album.
On 4/8/2017 2:33 AM, Ame wrote:
I have a nice Casio keyboard and it’s got a USB port on
it. Never seen one like it. I’d love to start creating
some music so I was looking at sequencer software. I found
a list of free and open source programs and wondered if
anybody had any recommendations. I can’t afford to buy
anything right now so I’m hoping one of these programs will
provide what I need. The list this site gives begins with
the one they recommend most highly. I’ve not heard of any
of them. There’s LMMS, Hydrogen, temper and DarkWave
Studio. Is anyone familiar with any of these or perhaps
other programs that do a good job and, of course, will work
with NVDA? Any feedback I receive will be appreciated.
Thanks so much.