Hey all, question for you: if you're at all color blind, which of the following palettes most closely matches the standard ColorMusic set?
Let's make music theory more accessible to everyone -- including our color-blind friends. Based on your answers, I'll work to refine a color blind-friendly palette: (Take the poll below.)
🔗 LESSON 1: HOW TO SEE SOUND - PDF:
🔗 QUIZ AND EXERCISES #1 (LESSON 1):
🔗 QUIZ AND EXERCISES #2 (LESSON 1):
This is one of many (hundreds) of examples from Lesson 7 in the course.
ColorMusic Is Exactly What I Was Thinking About/Looking For In 2006...
Notes (Sound) = Colors (Light) And Chords = Matching Colors...
I'm Glad To Find That I Wasn't Crazy...🙏
Live stream this evening -- see you there if you can join!
Hey everyone just joined - I am a visual learner and love what Mike is doing here. Any pointers on where to start so I can understand the system fast? I do have some theory background but mostly producing by feel and ear.