Users of Lime can build a score by manipulating graphical musical symbols such as clef signs and note heads. The score appears on the screen in conventional notation. The work can be saved as a file which can be passed to GOODFEEL.

GOODFEEL reads the file and determines the braille music equivalents. Presently, Lime cannot be used independently by a blind person. However, sighted teachers, colleagues and assistants could certainly use Lime to prepare scores to be brailled by GOODFEEL.