EDIT: Mostly done now - I still have to make the colors absorb a little of each other like my perceived colors actually do, but at least the remaining changes shouldn't be too drastic. By the way, if any of the colors are too bright or something and it hurts your eyes, let me know.
EDOT: Wow, mixing those colors perfectly is gonna take even longer than I thought - it's been the whole day and I'm only ⅛ of the way done. :(
EDUT: Decided to just go back to the unblended colors that M, A, T, 1, 9, and 3 have on their own - it actually looked cooler that way, and it's one less creative vortex for me. (Though I still applied the rule where the colors of the graphemes are mixed with the colors of how many of the same grapheme there are in a row [in this case, meaning the M, A, 1, and 3 are mixed with white like 1 and the T's and 9's are mixed with cerulean like 2]. That way, it should still be easier on the eyes.)