I See Music LLC
Who We Are
The vision of I See Music was birthed out of a non-visual observation. Those who don’t see, still see music. Therein lies an innate desire to create and record music without depending on their sighted counterparts.
What We Do
I See Music serves as a resource tool for those who are in need of music-related services including musicians, songwriters, composers, producers, and engineers of the visually-impaired community. Learn about our services
When and Where
Are you interested in our services? Do you have a question or comment about I See Music, or our services? We'd love to hear from you. Give us a shout.
When: Oct 30, 2020 11:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)
Topic: DAW Comparison
Register in advance for this webinar: Zoom Webinar
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
The following is a collection of demonstrations performed on digital audio workstations most popular among blind users: Reaper and Samplitude on Windows, and Logic and Pro Tools on the Mac. Various tasks are executed by experienced users in each DAW, illustrating the level of accessibility, degree of feedback and general user experience. Though each presenter talks through the process and shows how the tasks are performed, the demonstrations are not intended to be a tutorial. Instead, they are meant to offer an overview of the most widely used audio recording and production platforms accessible through adaptive technologies. The presentations should not be regarded as a competition but rather an examination of the similarities and differences in each workstation from the perspective of a blind user. The demonstrations have been edited together so that a given task is shown in each DAW before moving onto subsequent tasks. These pre-recorded segments will be discussed in an upcoming live panel discussion hosted by I See Music on Friday, October 30, 2020 at 11A.M. CDT. Through these efforts, we hope to provide a forum for sharing information about the current state of accessibility for audio production across major platforms.Click here to download the presentation files for the October 30, 2020 webinar: DAW comparison.
Music Prod. & Engineering
This program is designed to develop Blind people into music producers, engineers, and DJ's
Sound Equipment & Rental
I See Music provides specialized equipment that is necessary for live music shows taking place in small venues with an average of a 500-person capacity.
Studio Time Rental
The I See Music facility houses On The Moon Studio, a full-service music production and engineering studio, where artists can record live or digital music at an hourly rate.
Studio Design Consulting
I See Music provides consulting services to those looking to build their own music recording studio.