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JSonar, currently lead by Victor Tsaran, is a community-driven project that enables blind and visually impaired musicians, recording engineers and educators to use Cakewalk Sonar, a professional multi-track recording software for Windows operating system from Cakewalk. Currently, this initiative is supported through the scripts for the JAWS screen reader.
With JSonar scripts for JAWS screen reader, users can:
- Record, play, compose, mix and master their music.
- Use many of the built-in features of Cakewalk Sonar, including software synthesizers and plug-ins.
- Realize their dream of making music on their own.
- Earn their living by doing what they love!
JSonar scripts for JAWS screen reader have been translated into several languages making the „dream“ possible for many visually impaired musicians around the world.
Recent blog posts
- Is Cakewalk Sonar about to become accessible for blind musicians again?
- JSonar 8.5.3 is now live!
- JSonar 8.5 Beta with fixes for JAWS 13 users
- How to Record Music on a Windows Computer – A Free Video Guide
- JSonar beta with support for displaying meters on a Braille display
- Welcome JSonar 8.5.2!
- ViewPoints podcast on Sonar and JSonar
- JSonar.org is back online!
- JSonar 8.5.1 Is Live!
- How to quickly uninstall JSonar on Windows 7 OS?
- How to effectively use Sonar's Track Inspector with JSonar?
- Why does JAWS crash when I use Hot Spot Clicker?
- How do I install JSonar on a Windows 7 64-bit OS?
- How do I use Media Browser in Sonar 8.5 with JSonar?
- How do I use SessionDrummer3 with Sonar 8.5?
- I am no longer able to Control+Tab between open views in Sonar 8.5, why?
- How do I close or turn off the "Quick Start" dialog in Sonar 8.5?