Serial and parallel circuit analogy for musical notation? It can do that.
For example, the elements of musical notation that relate to pitch, such as the staff and the notes, could be thought of as being connected in a serial circuit. The staff represents the overall range of pitches that are available, and the notes indicate specific pitches within that range. The notes are connected to each other in a linear fashion, with the output of one note feeding into the input of the next note.
Other elements of musical notation, such as the time signature and the tempo, could be thought of as being connected in a parallel circuit. The time signature indicates the overall rhythmic structure of the music, while the tempo indicates the speed at which the music is played. These elements are connected in a branching fashion, with multiple inputs and outputs, and they affect all of the other elements of the musical notation simultaneously.