Survey on the use of MuseScore by blind users for a PhD dissertation research
Dear all, I have been working on my dissertation on the use of MuseScore concentrating on the capabilities of the software for the blind users. I am a blind classical composer and I have suffered for notating my music for the last 30 years. I have found MuseScore to be one of the most accessible and the friendly software to achieve to communicate with the sided musicians through printed music. In my dissertation, my aim is to be able to point out and academically explain all aspects of MuseScore both to help blind musicians and contribute the development of MuseScore for the blind musicians further. I will greatly appreciate If you be so kind as to participate in my survey for me to gather information through your experience with MuseScore. The answers of the survey will be used in my dissertation at the Istanbul Technical University State Conservatory, Istanbul.
Link of the survey on Google: https://forms.gle/ZkKTUeZ4sQPbniQa7
With my most sincere gratitudes.
This sounds like a great project! Right now, these forums are so inundated with posts because of all the excitement surrounding the new MuseScore 4, I fear this might be lost. But if you don't mind, I'll repost this to my Mastering MuseScore Community, where there are a handful of other blind users users. And I suggest you also post this to the MENVI list if you haven't already (I didn't see it there).
In reply to This sounds like a great… by Marc Sabatella
Thank you so much for your feedback. Sure, If you may repost my survey to wherever you find that will be helpful to my research. I will greatly appreciate it. I just registered to MENVI, when it becomes active I will do it as well.