Vanilla Siteswap is elegant and concise. Multiplex Siteswap is a handy extension. Synch Siteswap? A pain. Multiplex Synch Siteswap? Horrendous. Transitioning from Vanilla Siteswap to Synch Siteswap? THE WORST.
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Vanilla Siteswap Part 2 of 2: one technique for discovering new patterns using vanilla siteswap, and what “sites” “swap” in siteswap.
Vanilla siteswaps part 1 in which I share with Juliane many of the assumptions we make about siteswaps to help with communication.
Juliane is curious, so Luke goes long and deep on what defines a three ball cascade, and if there is a way to do it with four balls.