It’s more of a bitter joke about exponentials that are so cruelly infiltrated into human lives through a pandemic, than a piece of music.
Thanks to digital technologies, the sound imagination is so accessible that you can listen to anything from strangely named integrals to fog.
Paradoxically, I did not move in creating this. Only my fingers ran across the keyboard, and my central nervous system first connected to The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences.
There, I searched for the Tribonacci sequence and downloaded its sound variant. In the sound application, I found two types of delay algorithms and used them.
The term Tribonacci is not a surname, but is derived from the name Fibonacci and varies according to the type of algorithm used in the sequence. It was first used by chance in Darwin’s Origin of Species and was named later in the twentieth century.
This is the sound of the number series, which against the background of the multiplication of organisms sounds all the time, whether elephants or viruses.