This week’s SUMS talk is being given by Joachim Worthington. Abstract: In the time-honoured tradition of using mathematics to overthink art, this talk will investigate a few ways to generate and analyse some interesting rhythms. Along the way, we’ll answer questions such as: - What do regular polygons sound like? - How does Euclid’s Algorithm for greatest common divisors help us work a drum machine? - When is a rhythm "deep" or "even"? A little bit of music, a little bit of maths, come along and listen to some fun sounds and eat some tasty food!