The following instruments offer a range of ways for Disabled people to become musicians. Get in touch if anything is unclear, or for help with emulation.
For advanced use consider mixing multiple instruments using multi-track recording technology. One-switch instruments can be performed on top of prearranged one-switch backing tracks.
Find more ideas in the Non-Interventionist Music System, from the links music area, the OneSwitch blog and from experts such as Drake Music.
Gaming and Music Booklet (Free)
A small booklet made for Drake Music Project by OneSwitch.org.uk.
JoyToKey (PC - Free)
Use game controllers to play with the majority of PC on-line musical software.
This includes XAC, HORI Flex and Sony Access Controllers.
Beamz Player (PC)
Keyboard or mouse pointer music performance software.
Random (A-Z) (PC)
Switch Mixer Lite (PC)
Simple .wav sample player. "Q" cycles the playback mode. "1" plays the sample. "0" limits/unlimits sample play back. Try it!
Sound Town (PC)
Explore Sound Town using one or two-switches. Five activities to create music. See more at Alexander Horowitz itch.io page.
Tink (PC - Free)
A simple 16-note sound sequencer that is a joy to use once you have understood the instructions.
Interact using a mouse compatible controller or single switch.
Musical toys and sequencers. Some can be controlled with point and click alone.
MelonDS a good emulator to try to make this more accessible.
Fluid - Interactive Sound Lab (Playstation)
A sequencer and live performance area with a Dolphin. See the Non-Interventionist system.
Listen to one-switch musicans using Fluid.
MUSIC 2000 (Playstation)
Triangle to get to the Music Jam section pictured.
Originally a CD-Rom to Light Machine. This can now be controlled by any sound input into a PC for a big sensory effect.
Switch accessible sequencer with one-switch play through capability. By Tim Anderson of Inclusive Music. Doesn't work with Windows 10.
A shadow of his former self but still possible to play with.