Links to sites referenced in the blogs: Music Notation Project: http://musicnotation.org/ Organization developing alternative music notations and open-source score editors PDFCreator: http://www.pdfforge.org/pdfcreator Program to convert Windows print files to pdf format (free)–useful to convert printouts for web posting FontStruct: http://fontstruct.fontshop.com/ Program to generate True-type fonts (free) Klavarskribo Notation: http://www.klavarmusic.org/Explanation.pdf Explanation of this 12-tone vertical staff notation. Klavar Music Foundation of Great Britain: http://www.klavarmusic.org/ (UK) Non-profit promoter of KlavarSkribo notation; source of information, tutorials, and software for this system. KlavarSkribo publisher: http://www.klavarskribo.nl/en Music publisher site (Netherlands)–source of printed sheet-music in this notation. PianoCheater: http://pianocheater.com/ Program to connect midi keyboard to PC and display dynamic “play-along” piano-roll scores (free) Synthesia: http://www.synthesiagame.com/ Synthesia: Program to connect midi keyboard to PC and display dynamic “play-along” piano-roll scores (free) Tri-Chromatic Keyboard: http://users.rcn.com/roypertchik/2ndPage/Music/theory1.htm Roy Pertchik’s three color Janko keyboard vibraphone (US Patent #6,566,593 B2–contact Roy if you want to use his system!) This system provides uniform key arrangement and coloring in all 12 keys. NOTE: The low note on the actual instrument is Eb (red); Pertchik recommends the color sequence for Eb-E-F as red-white-black, then repeat. US Patent #6,566,593 B2: http://www.freepatentsonline.com/6566593.html Pertchik’s tri-chromatic patent, with an explanation of the system.