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A collection of different audio recordings. Listen to a few and you’ll realize that blind are actually good singers.


Czarinah Michaela Mercado Interview on TV5 Metro Sabado Ako ay Ikaw Rin

Czarinah radio interview From Czarinah Michaela Mercado’s Facebook: When you are thankful for what you have, you are always rewarded with more. And I am indeed thankful once again for this opportunity to speak and to share my life and… Continue reading Czarinah Michaela Mercado Interview on TV5 Metro Sabado Ako ay Ikaw Rin


Lihim by Sarah Joyce Ocampo, an Original Composition

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.


Sarah Joyce Ocampo Singing Ayoko Na, Her Original Composition

Ayoko na is Sarah Joyce Ocampo’s original composition. This song was recorded using a cheap computer microphone. The audio editing software used was GoldWave.


Another Song From Sarah Joyce, a Blind Singer from the Philippines

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,


Sarah Joyce Singing Bridges


Accessible Audio Editor for Visually Impaired Musicians

GoldWave Interface I notice that visually impaired people are not only born musicians but they love to edit their work as well. They don’t just simply record and save their audio file, they also use audio editing software


Blind Singers are Sometimes Better than Sighted Singers!

Enough about the topic like (visually impaired) working in a call center, blind student getting the highest honors in school/university, organizations for Persons with disabilities (PWDs), blind person going to Malaysia for sports competitions, a successful business owner who happened… Continue reading Blind Singers are Sometimes Better than Sighted Singers!