Binaural Podcast (Headphones Required) First Episode

Binaural recording is most appreciated by blind and visually impaired people since they rely solely on different environmental sounds when they want to familiarize themselves with new surroundings, or they just want to have a detailed spacial description of the environment. Of course the description from a real human would definitely help in some cases, but because of the notion that blind people have a very sensitive hearing for example, they are able to accurately pinpoint the location of a sound source around them, and learn their actual physical position in the process by just using their ears and sometimes with the help of their other senses as well. One topic you can read is echolocation if you want to know more about it.

Sound Professionals Binaural Podcast by Sarah

This is the first episode of our podcast about binaural recording through a special type of microphones called Sound Professionals, and the handy digital recorder called Zoom H1. In this podcast, Sarah is going to demonstrate the difference in sound quality when you record using regular stereo recorder, and the binaural recording which I’m going to discuss more below.Continue reading Binaural Podcast (Headphones Required) First Episode

A Blind Legend: An Accessible Audio Game Podcast (Headphones Recommended)

A Blind Legend is an accessible audio game for visually impaired gamers but sighted people are also welcome to try it for them to become more familiar with blindness and how a blind person is able to move around his or her surroundings. It is not perfect, but the realism is evident in the game, as well as the accuracy of the sound positions and other sound effects.

A Blind Legend Podcast (Headphones Recommended) hosted by Sarah

This is the first episode of our podcast about A Blind Legend, an audio game for the visually impaired people. This exciting, accessible audio game for the blind is available on the App Store for iOS, Play Store for Android and there are also Windows and Mac versions of A Blind Legend. Both mobile versions of the game are free, while the Mac and PC versions cost 229.95 pesos.Continue reading A Blind Legend: An Accessible Audio Game Podcast (Headphones Recommended)

iPhone And Android Podcast Fourth Episode

In this podcast, Sarah will be talking about the Apple iPhone’s accessibility feature called Voiceover that can be found in Settings > Generals > Accessibility.

iPhone and Android Podcast Fourth Episode Hosted by Sarah

This is the fourth episode of our podcast regarding the accessibility with iPhone and Android devices. The following are the topics discussed in this presentation:Continue reading iPhone And Android Podcast Fourth Episode

Sarah Joyce Ocampo Cover of Completely by Ana Laura

Sarah, a Filipino blind singer
A blind girl singing a Christian song called Completely by Ana Laura

Sarah recorded this very beautiful song called Completely by Ana Laura.

Completely Cover by Sarah

This is Sarah Joyce Roberts’ own version of the song Completely. She sang it using an entry level studio quality microphone, an old computer and a room with no sound treatment.Continue reading Sarah Joyce Ocampo Cover of Completely by Ana Laura

iPhone and Android Podcast Third Episode

Accessible Android phone
Samsung Android phone

Sarah will be talking more about Android accessibility like the selfie apps in this episode of our podcast regarding iPhone and
Android devices.

iPhone and Android Podcast

This is the third episode of our podcast about iPhone and Android and their accessibility features.

In this episode, there are two topics that were discussed.Continue reading iPhone and Android Podcast Third Episode

iPhone and Android Podcast Second Episode

This is the second episode of our podcast about Android, iPhone and their accessibility features.

In this episode, our discussion is focused more on the Android device and its Talkback feature. Talkback is the screen reader for Android used by visually impaired mobile users. Like the Voiceover on the iPhone, it enables the blind to use their touch screen phone.

The following is the list of topics discussed in this podcast:Continue reading iPhone and Android Podcast Second Episode

iPhone and Android Podcast First Episode

In this very first episode of our podcast, you will learn how to operate your Android or iPhone/iOS device using the accessibility feature called Talkback on the Android and Voiceover on the iPhone. If you are blind or sighted who know someone who is blind, this will be benefitial for you.

The four topics discussed are the following:Continue reading iPhone and Android Podcast First Episode