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That's absolutely fascinating. So it really is that common.Karen. So what is the red linked to? How could you change the colour? Have you noticed any relationship with volume, tracks of different pitch, etc. I'm assuming the colour red isn't strictly associated with the genre of music, per se. Also, do you actually see the red with your eyes or is it a perceptual thing in your head? Would you, for instance, have trouble looking at a paint colour chart in a shop if they had acid rock playing in the background because you're peering through a red 'fog'? Tell me more. Make me understand.Rosy. You have various friends with this condition? Wow. Do they know each other? Have they ever compared notes? Do they consider the condition to be a disability or does it give them an extra level of perception? Yesterday I read about a guy who spells in colour. He reckoned his spelling was good because he had an extra cue with words that have difficult spelling. He learned to recognise patterns of colour and would look at misspelled words and instantly know it was wrong because the blue was in the wrong place.