I'll try and explain this the simplest I can. Basically, I am studdying music at school, and part of the coursework involves composing music. All the sighted people are using Reason for windows, which is completely inaccessible, but for me and the two other blind students in my class, they have let us work on Garage Band in another room where they have Apple Mac. This was accessible enough, untill we realised quite a big part was inaccessible, selecting parts on the timeline. For example, if we wanted to repeat a section of the track, everyone else is just selecting the section they want, copying it then pasting it where they want. Ovbiously we can't do this. an obvious way is to record the intire section in again, but if it is a section with quite a few tracks, it can be very time consuming compared to everyone else.
Another way is to get sighted help, but there is one problem with that... non of our supports know how to use the bloody software so they spend about 20 minutes asking us about parts we didn't even know existed.
So what we basically wanted to ask is are there any other alternatives we could use that make the timeline accessible? For things like I mensioned copying sections, moving notes around slightly, extending notes etc. We've looked around Google for things about Logic accessibility, but haven't really got a proper answer whether it is accessible or not.
So would anyone recommend Logic, or any other software that we can make the school aware of? If not any tips for Garage Band would be useful.
Thanks and sorry for such a long post.