Color Coded Music

Have a piano you can’t play? Try Color Coded Music. Try It Free! “Pachelbel’s Canon” and “Be Thou My Vision.”

Can Color Coded Music help those with: Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Irlen Syndrome, Autism and other learning difficulties? We simply customize the piano keyboard by placing a colored sticker with an appropriate letter to identify each of the 88 keys—both white and black—so that it is a uniquely lettered keyboard. We then correlate these lettered keys with sheet music which contains notes that appear on new 4 line color‑coded piano staffs. Each staff is the same. Watch our videos to see how easy it is!
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color coded music keyboard
Our first book contains colored, lettered stickers for your piano, directions on how to place the stickers on your piano, how to read the colored staffs, some musical reminders, a few short lessons and 8 Hymns to play.

Color Coded Music

Contact Color Coded Music

Contact us with requests for the translation of your favorite hymn that is in the public domain. What does a hymn in the public domain mean? Any hymn that is written before 1923 is in the public domain–i.e. not under copyright .

Contact us for a Licensing agreement to use Color Coded Music (CCM) for sheet music or other applications. Patent Pending

Contact us if you would like to sell Color Coded Music (CCM) books.