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What is synaesthesia? 

Synaesthesia is often described as a joining of the senses. Sensations in one modality (e.g. hearing) produce sensations in another modality (e.g. colour) as well as it's own. Synaesthetic experiences are often driven by symbolic rather than sensory representations, such as letters, numbers and words.

 There are more than 60 known types of synaaesthesia. Some synaesthetes can feel letters or taste words, others can see music in colours ("coloured hearing").

See also http://www.uksynaesthesia.com/whatis.html and http://home.comcast.net/~sean.day/html/types.htm