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Goodfeel Braille Music Translator and Goodfeel Lite are braille music translation programs designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. Goodfeel Braille Music Translator automatically converts computer music files into braille music files. It transcribes lyrics as well as files in instrumental and keyboard formats. Goodfeel Braille Music Translator fully supports the 1997 international standards for music symbols and provides a choice of international, North American or United Kingdom braille music formats. It has an intuitive interface that guides the user through each step in the transcription process. Transcribed music can be reviewed in a braille font or on a refreshable braille display before embossing. Goodfeel Lite has all the features of Goodfeel Braille Music Translator except that it transcribes scores in only one format. Before applying the Goodfeel Braille Music Translator, it is necessary to create a music file, either by using SharpEye 2 Music Reader music optical character recognition (OCR) software (see separate entry) and a musical notation editor such as Lime, Sibelius, or SmartScore, or by using Cakewalk Pro Audio Sequencer software to create a format 1 MIDI music file with a MIDI musical keyboard. Goodfeel Braille Music Translator comes with copies of the Lime, Lime Aloud (see separate entry) and SharpEye 2. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 98, ME, 2000 and XP and Windows Vista and 7 in 32-bit and 64-bit mode; 128 megabytes (MB) of random access memory (RAM) recommended. OPTIONS: Goodfeel Lite for vocal, instrumental, or keyboard formats.
1595.00 to 995.00
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