HI, Marco. I recommend you consider subscribing to the Midimag-ex list at:
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& ask what folks use over there. There's a wide mix of both
professional & amateur musicians, so you can get views from many
Anyone else who'd like to join is also welcome. Feel free to contact
me privately if you have questions or require assistance.
On 9/13/18, Lenron <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Even once your 60 days are up you can still use it. It just gives you
the notification about purchasing after that.
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I guess reaper feeds into this too. Sadly even the audio editing side of
this is completely foxing me at the moment, the sound device keeps
and I'm running out of free days, almost ready to throw in the towel.
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From: "Fernando Apan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2018 2:42 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Softwares to compose music for the blind
I can offer you various pieces in braille format that are ready to be
embossed, but that's the problem, because you prefer those midi files,
There is a software called Braille music editor which might help you
with what you're needing.
El 13/09/2018 a las 08:33 a.m., Giles Turnbull escribió:
I have a sort-of similar question. I used to play piano in my sighted
days but mever memorised any of the music, prefering to read the score
as I played. Now I can't read a score I can't remember much of those
I have PDF scores of a lot of piano music and wonder if there is any
way that something like Muse Score could open a PDF and I could
somehow figure out what notes are where? I'm thinking of chords with
three or more notes across both hands, my ear being unable to figure
them out by listening to a recording.
I'd love a means of converting a PDF or a midi file into a text from
which I can determine the notes ... the durations are less important
for me since I can remember how the pieces sound.
It's funny, I just asked a sighted friend for help with three notes in
Chopin's first ballade which I was struggling to remember just this
Thanks for any ideas (and no, I never learned to read Braille music)