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Jason MacCoy

June 15, 2011

NumberedNotes.com is a new notation system that changes the way music is learned. This system uses numbers 1-12 instead of letters A-G. It also defines pitch using a “12 Note Staff” rather than the traditional "Grand Staff". These "smart design" improvements allow users to simply match the number from the sheet music above to the instrument below. Simply put, this is a next-generation "play by numbers" system, but with the difference in how the staff is represented.Why choose numbers over letters? Because numbers:

- Are universally recognizable symbols that almost everyone around the world can identify from a young age.
- Are sequential, allowing for counting, so that one can navigate intervals by counting half steps.
- They allow advanced analysis of theory.

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