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17th September 2015

7b_wizard

# siteswap-theory, 1 minutes

Wondered what (all) corresponds to 3prop-423 with 5 balls, using ladder-diagram, and JugglingLab:

  1. 64 e.g. ..55564555646455564564555.. makes the 4, that would as 5 land where the 6 now lands, .. [makes it 4] now land where the 6 (as 5) usually lands. And it does two selfthrows .. all like 3prop-423. (no "hold"-2, though)
  2. ..5557562555 .. or 5556752555 gets that "hold"-2 .. part of the sense, major aspect of 3prop-423. (but with additional not-self preparing 7)
  3. ..5558552555.. seems to correspond best.

Total practice time: 1 minutes

Location: home

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18th July 2015

7b_wizard

# siteswap-theory, 5 minutes

[edit under 2015-07-15] ( 4b-1234567, stole 45123 from Maria and added a ball ).

Total practice time: 5 minutes

Location: home

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15th July 2015

7b_wizard

# siteswap-theory, 15 minutes

[edit, 2015-07-17] #siteswaptheory: find preliminary for 67 sequence in 5b-34567 : found 5b-56752 using ladder-diagram & jugglingLab - same period-length (rhythm); also 5b; only one (welcome) hold. I expect accurate 6-es , then not collide with next 7 hardest .. Or .. simple high 4b-345 done in a flashing rhythm is preliminary too. .. Gotta try and see.
[edit, 2015-07-18] 4b-1234567 is another option .. the whole sequence (5b-34567) with one ball less on cost of °12° in it.

Total practice time: 15 minutes

Location: home

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4th June 2015

7b_wizard

# siteswap-theory, 6 balls triplex, 1 minutes

Found 6b triplex [12T3] last night .. done with very low Threes and high Ones or looking upon the throws "+2" ( = [345] ) it is more fluent siteswap instead doing 6b-[345][567]022[22][22]. "2T" and next "1" land at the same beat though, which again makes it more difficult on that behalf. 6b-[12T3][22]2, however doesn't seem to make much sense O.o   Now - sorting out with JugglingLab while editing - found 7b 6b-[345][22]2 aswell ( better than 7b-[345][567]722[22][22] ), balls land well spaced here. Looks so easy, slow, low, even boring, that it downright calls for [edit, the 23.-rd, .. djeeses! .. e v e r y t h i n g wrong!?] one two ( 8b-[567][22]2 ) or two four more balls ( 10b-[789][22]2 ). [throws from middle of body avoid collisions] The Get-In with 7b 6b is a [3222] or [5222][222][222] [7222][22] (thrown from a hand holding four balls to other hand holding two balls, the next 3 landing will fill that hand to triplex), for 8b it's (with four balls in each hand) [4222][5222] or easier [5222][6222][222] ( ? maybe more "[222]"-s to be precise? .. or simply 45.. or 56[222].. or 67.. ) .. any case, however: leaving you with three balls in either hand to start the triplexing.

Total practice time: 1 minutes

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