How to see sound

how to see sound

Have you ever wanted to see sound? If so, then you’re not alone. Because people have been dreaming about this magical possibility for centuries. In 350 B.C.E, for example, Aristotle talked a lot about how to view visible patterns. He was convinced that you just had to combine color with music in order to see sound.

Two thousand years later, in 1704, Isaac Newton came to the same conclusion—writing that color and music must follow the same mathematical patterns. He even designed a system showing how the two patterns might be connected.

Yet despite their best efforts to gain superhuman X-ray vision, these old dreamers failed in their attempts. Why? Because they were looking at the wrong patterns. So the dream of seeing sound never actually materialized. Until now, that is.

ColorMusic is real

Using a special—unexpected—pattern of colors, the ColorMusic system has finally cracked the code. And it gives you a huge advantage as a musician. This 9-part series walks you through the surprisingly simple discovery of how to see sound. You won’t believe your eyes!

Invisible patterns
Seeing sound
Yeah, but which colors?
How color works
How music works
The chromatic scale
The major scale
The circle of fifths
The chromatic scale…again

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