hearing equations

how can i write an equation like

y = sin(t)

and hear it via the speakers ?

as example …

y = e^(-i+t)

Python. You basically sample the function, and then save it as a WAV file (there’s a module in Python that allows you to save wav files).

Its also possible to do so in Matlab (and somewhat easier as well). Probably can do it in GNU/Octave as well.

is there an easy exe or deb ?

I think that’s also do-able with SuperCollider http://supercollider.sourceforge.net/

http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=73501 - synthesized by a program, written by a friend…
I myself only tweaked the formula to be put out…

caution brain hurts

this one represents two speakers emitting sine waves, rotating around you at more than sonic speed. (At least if I did everything correct)

even more brain hurts

Maybe I can ask that friend if he’s willing to share it to others. Can’t guarantee though…

cat /dev/urandom > /dev/dsp

listen to the sound of random…

any additional info guys ?