|MadSci Network: Computer Science|
I am sorry, but your question is not very clear. I don't know what do you mean by wheel used as a verb (wheel is a noun). However, I might still be able to answer your question: There is software that allows creating electronic music while allowing the user to define algorithms for the music creation. CSound, for example, is such a tool. The user creates two input files: one for defining instrument sounds, and another to define the musical score. By running csound, the two files are used as input to create a wave file that you can then play, or encode as an mp3 to distribute. You can find many resources regarding CSOUND at this location: http://www.csounds.com/ However, it really is a creative matter how to come up with an algorithm that somehow creates music based in the mathematical series that you suggest. I suppose you could try creating sounds that have harmonics based on the series (for example, sounds with odd or even harmonics have distinct qualities, so it is conceivable that the first three or four elements of the fibonacci series could have a distinct tone) You could also come up with a rithmical pattern where the numbers are basically spelled with rythm. Depending on how creative you are will determine how your music turns out: it might end up being nothing but void research if done wrong, or it might turn out to be an intriguing and awe inspiring project, but it all depends on you as a composer and your ability to interpret the series as a creative source, and not in the series alone. Good luck! Your mad scientist, Aurelio R. Ramos
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