Blind Girl from the Philippines singing Wrecking Ball While Reading Braille

Joyce Jimenez, a blind girl from the Philippines holding a mic in one hand and Braille in another
Joyce Jimenez a blind girl reading Braille

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 Blind Girl from the Philippines singing Wrecking Ball While Reading Braille

Accessible Audio Editor for Visually Impaired Musicians

GoldWave Interface
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 Continue reading Accessible Audio Editor for Visually Impaired Musicians

Blind Singers are Sometimes Better than Sighted Singers!

Grace Garol wearing gown

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 to be blind etc! Continue reading Blind Singers are Sometimes Better than Sighted Singers!