Assuming it is not off-topic to point out that another post is off-topic, here goes.
I think I know the story ** NoClueBoy** means, but as I remember it, it is not about the OP’s question at all. Unfortunately I’ve forgotten the title.
The story is about an alien race that has a sixth sense, to wit a different sense for, I believe, magnetic fields and electrical currents. Since they can ‘see’ this, they have also created an instrument for making compositions with magnetism and electricity. A human at one time expresses an interest in it. One of the aliens tells him that humans do have a rudimentary sense like that, that can be stimulated by injecting a certain fluid in a specific gland or so. He agrees to the operation and indeed, suddenly ‘sees’ the beautiful composition that a master performer is playing in front of him. At first his mind ‘translates’ his sense in colours and sounds, but after a while he gets it, and it is the most beautiful thing of art he has ever experienced. The story ends
with him suddenly losing his ‘sense’ since the gland can only operate for a quarter of an hour before ‘overloading’. After that he is, so to speak, permanently blind.
The story hence has nothing to do with music at all. It does, however raise an interesting - albeit clearly off-topic - point: what would a different sense be like?