WHAT THE HECK ARE CLEFNOTES?

ClefNotes are a new school supply product designed to make the most annoying part of studying music way, way less annoying.

WE’RE TALKIN’ ABOUT MUSIC THEORY, Y’ALL.

Now, we actually LOOOOOVE theory. But let’s be honest, it can be a seriously torturous subject for a lot of students. Not only is it a completely new way of thinking – sort of like learning a new language – there is also no good way of taking notes during class.

HERE’S THE PROBLEM…

Taking notes in theory involves notating small bits of music on a 5-line staff, which means students have to either use normal notebook paper, repeatedly drawing five straight lines very close together, really, really fast, or maybe they take notes on staff paper, which gives them virtually no room for writing information about what they’ve just notated.

       

Even for students who love theory, it ain’t fun.

CUE CLEFNOTES!

We’ve made a (stupidly simple) solution to this age-old problem: a small sticker with a blank music staff on it. That’s it. Genius, right? (Not really, but no one else has done it, so we’re okay with you thinking we’re really smart.)

Here’s how they work: ClefNotes live on a little notepad that sticks in the back of your binder. When you need to notate something during a lecture (usually every minute or so), you just peel off a ClefNote and plop it on the page.

Easy peasy. Your notes are tidy and clean and you won’t want to punch yourself (or your professor) while taking them.

ClefNotes are a new school supply product designed to make the most annoying part of studying music way, way less annoying.

We’re talkin’ about Music Theory, y’all…

Now, we actually LOOOOOVE theory. But let’s be honest, it can be a seriously torturous subject for a lot of students. Not only is it a completely new way of thinking – sort of like learning a new language – there is also no good way of taking notes during class.

Here’s the problem…

Taking notes in theory involves notating small bits of music on a 5-line staff, which means students have to either use normal notebook paper, repeatedly drawing five straight lines very close together, really, really fast…

…or maybe they take notes on staff paper, which gives them virtually no room for writing information about what they’ve just notated.

Even for students who love theory, it ain’t fun.

Cue ClefNotes!

We’ve made a (stupidly simple) solution to this age-old problem: a small sticker with a blank music staff on it. That’s it. Genius, right? (Not really, but no one else has done it, so we’re okay with you thinking we’re really smart.)

Here’s how they work: ClefNotes live on a little notepad that sticks in the back of your binder. When you need to notate something during a lecture (usually every minute or so), you just peel off a ClefNote and plop it on the page.

Easy peasy. Your notes are tidy and clean and you won’t want to punch yourself (or your professor) while taking them.