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Musical synesthesias

There are many types of synesthesia relating to music. The links lead to the pages on this site about each specific type (or subtype).



Synesthesias with a musical inducer and a VISUAL concurrent:

Chromesthesia

Tone-colour (musical note-colour)

Chord-colour

Key signature-colour

Timbre-colour and timbre-shape (musical instruments)

Song-colour and musical genre-colour

Voice-colour (for singing voices, with colour and other visual concurrents such as shape)


Synesthesias with a musical inducer and NON-VISUAL concurrents:

Auditory-tactile

Sound-texture (in response to music)

Musical note-texture

Personification of musical sequences (tones, chords, keys, timbre, melody)

Auditory-olfactory (timbre-smell, tone-smell or musical note-smell, chord-smell, key signature-smell, song-smell, musical genre-smell)

Voice-smell (for voices heard singing; mentioned on the page on auditory-olfactory synesthesia)

Auditory-gustatory (includes timbre-taste, tone or musical note-taste, chord-taste, key signature-taste, song-taste, musical genre-taste)

Chord-taste

Song/musical genre-taste

Voice-taste (for voices heard singing)

Music-temperature

Auditory-motor (when sounds trigger involuntary movements; related to auditory-tactile synesthesia)


Synesthesias with DIFFERENT INDUCERS and AUDITORY CONCURRENTS (musical notes, tones or frequencies)

Colour-musical notes

Taste-musical notes (gustatory-auditory synesthesia)

Smell-musical notes (olfactory-auditory synesthesia)

Pain-musical notes (pain-sound synesthesia)

Touch-sound


Other phenomena and types of synesthesia related to music in some way:

Dance steps-colour (see either kinetics-colour or coloured sequence synesthesia)

Music triggering figurative images, landscapes or “music videos” (not considered a type of synesthesia although it can accompany it)


This page last updated: 16 May 2021

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