In this research, solutions are sought for the problems experienced by blind musicians in the process of learning a new piece. One of the problems faced by visually blind musicians in music education is the lack of technical equipment and documents. To date, the documentation has been provided by converting musical works to Braille alphabet. However, the conversion of the works to be taught into Braille notes, the high costs of educational materials and the time needed for these works create major obstacles to the education process. When the decrease in the number of visually impaired people who read Braille and the lack of interest are added to all these, the search for new methods becomes inevitable. At this point, the "meşk method", which is an ancient tradition, offers solutions for blind musicians who receive Turkish maqam music education and creates an alternative to the obstacles experienced in the education process. In this research, which is based on the experimental method, the “meşk method” was applied to the subjects with YouTube recording and the data were collected by getting their answers via Whatsapp. This research, which was concluded as a social responsibility project with the title of "Accessible Music" at Izmir Katip Çelebi University, presents the solutions offered by the “meşk method” for blind musicians, with examples and results.
Keywords: Music, Turkish makam music, blind musicians, repertory education, meşk method, digital environment