Being blind means that the more knobs a synth has, the better it is for me. When there are more knobs, there are fewer menus.
I felt that electronics expanded the ability to create from your imagination.
Mario (LV) and contemporary dancer Karita Paul (EE) performing a live improvisation at the Sketching and Music Festival "SAMAņA" in August 2023, at the RSU Anatomy Museum in Riga, Latvia.
As a multi disciplinary artist and a 95% blind individual, Oğuz Büyükberber aims to create safe space to explore personal trauma in an expressive way, while raising awareness to the wide spectrum of disabilities and their affect in people’s perception of reality, and therefore how much they influence communication.
Feel The Noise is a resource for accessibility information on electronic music instruments. In the first episode Tim Burgess takes a look at the Expert Sleepers FH2.
Ian Waugh interviewed by Erica Synths' Eliza Aboltina on how developing a visual impairment has impacted his career as a music tech professional.
Mario is the first visually impaired DJ from Riga, who in addition to passion of DJ-ing also plays trumpet and produces music preferring hardware synths and modulars.