The list below is a small sample of the ways that people can use accessibility switches to control the music that they listen to. Some include visualisers, such
as iTunes, which can make for a stunning cause and effect activity.
A fairly new development on the web are sites such as Spotify which enable you to listen to music for free. You can find more of these at the OneSwitch
Blog music search post.
This can be a bit fiddly to set up but can play most sound files including music CDs. It features a pretty basic "Visualiser" that converts sound waves
into moving images.
CTRL+P = Play/Pause.
CTRL+F = Skip a track forward.
CTRL+B = Skip back a track.
CTRL+H = Randomise track order.
CTRL+T = Repeat
Switch Music: The music you can hear, controlled from above, was created by groups of one and two-switch musicians between 1999 and 2001. They used standard accessibility switches on
a Sony Playstation running "Fluid" alongside a dice music system.