Lihim was recorded using a cheap computer microphone, Cakewalk and a midi controller. Sarah Joyce composed this song and she’s also the one who played the instruments.
If you are looking for a singer for your event like wedding, I recommend you to try a blind singer. I will tell you six reasons why you should do that and why it is a good idea. This post is not to compare a sighted performer to a blind, but obviously to promote blind singers in the Philippines. Continue reading
For those who use Skype especially those visually impaired internet users, this short tutorial maybe beneficial. I will teach you how to do few things on Skype using ascreen reader such as clicking a URL within a message, iniciating or accepting a file transfer and many more. I hope at the end of this tutorial, you will learn how to manipulate Skype more effectively even you’re not using the mouse. Continue reading
Ten years ago when I first created my Yahoo email account, I think I was in a computer training that time, the interface of Yahoo mail was so simple. It was just a basic web-based email; well organized for instance I just had to press Letter H for headings to go to different sections within a webpage. If I wanted to find a particular link I’d just press insert F7. Life was so easy back then. Continue reading
Actually this concept is not new to us visually impaired musicians. I remember almost fifteen years ago if my memory is correct, one of the singers of my band was also blind and she was also reading Braille while singing. The only difference then was well, we didn’t have Continue reading
Sarah Joyce is a blind singer who I know personally. That is why I have a few posts related to her here on Blind Street. Like this song that was also featured here almost two years ago, in this song, Continue reading