Alphabetically Coloured in Music (Ode to MSM)

Hybrid Qwerty Keyboard

I've refined the language code a little more and paid more attention to the colours and their context.

Focusing back in on the concept of the work - to take text to create 'music' and shape. Beneath my fingers, as I type letter after letter to create a multitude of words, are not only black plastic squares. Look another layer below and the keys are backlit by the colours of the rainbow: Red, Yellow, Pink, Green, Purple, Orange and Blue.

Hybrid Keyboard

The Hybrid Keyboard I've created has 49 major keys and 35 minor keys divided across 7 octaves * as C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C6 and C7.

The first headline I created using this method:

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