H O M E


Introductions Index

Core Cipher

Core Cipher Index

Music Theory

Music Theory Tutorials Index

More Cipher

More Cipher Index

  home  •  more_cipher_index  •  isomorphic_keyboards_cipher  •  wholetone_keyboard_cipher  








Applying The Cipher to Wholetone
(Janko, or 6-6) Isomorphic Chromatic Keyboard






. . . Then . . .



Janko (by Perzina) Whole Tone Piano Keyboard, 1910 (de-cased, fits standard upright piano cabinet of period)
(from the book: “Pianos and Their Makers”, Alfred Dolge)






. . . and  Now . . .



The WholeTone Revolution midi controler keyboard




Wholetone keyboard details

System Basics
Speller, 2 octaves, one color
Speller, 2 octaves, two color (C Major tones white)
Seventh Chords
Blank grids PDF —  6 row Whole Tone, Janko, 6-6 keyboard
















Search this site
Enclose a  phrase with quotes. Example: “chord formula”







© Copyright 2002   Roger Edward Blumberg



All  text, images, system components, devices, key terminology* and logos, on this web site are copyrighted [physically at the U.S. Library of Congress]. Reproduction in any form without written permission from the author and creator is prohibited. Thank you.

Roger E. Blumberg 
















<home> <introductions_index> <core_cipher_index> <music_elements_index> <more_cipher_index> <other-instruments> <bass-guitar-cipher> <mandolin-cipher> <lefty-guitar-cipher> <ukulele-cipher> <Chapman_Stick-cipher> <chord-encyclopedia> <mastercharts> <speller-transposer> <descend-5degree-calc-line> <isomorphic_keyboards_cipher> <testimonials> <book> <links> <free> <site-news> <contact> <site-map> <guestbook>





Best viewed at 800x600 screen resolution.