I'm working on a little web project (I'm a web developer by trade) where it's basically a mouse controlled synth inside a browser. Nothing fancy, but it's letting me get to grips with some of the cutting edge Audio API stuff going on in browsers these days.
I'm keeping this experiment very simple... You move the mouse up the browser window, the pitch of the oscillator goes higher. You move the mouse down the browser window, the pitch of the oscillator goes lower. There is more to it, but that's my starting ground.
Thing is, I was curious to know if there is any sort of scientific studies on frequencies associated with colours or moods? For example, Hz before 100 (for example) signify mostly with the colour 'brown'. For example, Hz above 15,000 signify mostly with the colour 'blue'.
Sorry if this doesn't make sense. But I'm just looking into having some visual to go with the simple sounds I'm generating with my mouse. Was curious to know if there was anything I could look into...