GOODFEEL is a music translation program that can convert print scores to braille music. It also enables blind musicians to review braille scores with optional verbal and musical cues and independently create print scores of their musical ideas.
- Supports Unified English Braille for transcribing text elements such as titles and lyrics.
- Features import MusicXML function. MusicXML is a standard format used by music educators and publishers.
- Braille and print music track in sync during playback from Lime’s Hear dialog. (JAWS & braille display required).
- The Lime Aloud talking score feature of the Lime notation software included works with JAWS versions 15 through version 2019.
- Option to use the talking score feature with non-JAWS screen readers such as NVDA and even Narrator.
- “Silenzio” mode allows users to temporarily silence the “talking score” feature so they can skim through the score hearing only notes and chords without related verbal description.
- Option to mute or adjust the volume of metronomic click during score playback.
- Optional setting to have JAWS describe note durations using UK terms such as crotchet and minim.
- Responsiveness with JAWS and other screen readers.
- Synchronized scrolling of print and braille notation for the current musical measure.
- Blind musicians can create print and equivalent braille transcriptions for collaboration with sighted or blind teachers, colleagues or students.
- Customization of braille music output.
- Optional integration with the Duxbury (literary) Braille Translator to facilitate transcription of theory or method books that have large blocks of expository text.
- Runs under Windows10 and all previous versions of Windows back to Windows XP on both 32-bit and 64-bit platforms of Windows.
Options & Accessories:
- Users of Lime Aloud who also have low vision can mix and match Speech and braille cues with special scrolling and magnification features known as Lime Lighter.