I have several displays that are mine and use them all the time.
I’m happy to talk with you via Skype or phone.
Contact me off list at j...@jrw.org <mailto:j...@jrw.org> and we can exchange 
data for the rest.

J. R.



> On Oct 16, 2016, at 1:37 PM, Christopher-Mark Gilland <clgillan...@gmail.com> 
> wrote:
> 
> Guys, this subject has briefly come up a time or two, though it's been 
> discussed in only very little detail from what I can see.
>  
> Recently, I was very very fortunate to be given an Alva Satelite Pro 584 80 
> cell display. Yes, you heard right, donated! Don't ask. It was offered, and I 
> took it before the person could change their mind. LOL!
>  
> Anyway, so, I'm curious. Be it this display, or another one, doesn't matter, 
> for those of you who own displays, be it stand alones, or be it ones on a 
> note taker that you sometimes connect to yolur mac as a display, have you all 
> found really any benefits of using both braille as well as speech output?  
> Are there things you seem to be able to monitor or keep track of better with 
> having a display, that without one, you feel it would make your workflow ever 
> so slightly more difficult? Now that I have a display, and it's not one I'm 
> borrowing or one that the state could take back or anything, this thing's 
> mine forever, I'd really like to know how I could maybe put it to use in my 
> music production, if at all.
>  
> I'm thinking about seeing if Hadley  School has a braille music corse, but 
> that's a whole different topic.
>  
> Anyway, like I said, I'd be extremely interested in talking with any of you 
> either on list, off list, via phone, via Skype, e-mail, however you all see 
> fit. I would just like to see how far I could maybe take this with my display 
> to further enhance things, if at all.  Or, on the contrary, do you all find 
> that braille with PT more slows you down?
>  
> Let me know.
>  
> Chris.
> 
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