2 days ago
(6,4)(4x,2xI)* Carrying on with (6,4) patterns, this time in a four-ball format. The asymmetrical version (6,4)(4x,2xI) [no asterisk *] is good too!
In other news, I'm adopting I as meaning "inverted" for notation purposes. Those of you who have been with me for a while know it's not the first time new letters have worked their way in; I do this for ease of reference, to help chart pattern work without need of esoteric information.
Conveniently, 2xI can be spoken as "twosie", which naturally leads to something like 441I being "four four onesie" even though it lacks the x component of sync notation.
Use it if you like, I think it streamlines notation nicely if you don't have to write "(6,4)(4x,2x) with an inverted 2x" or even "inverted (6,4)(4x,2x)". Short and simple, just like this post isn't 😃
juggling notation its like sheet music for people who enjoy throwing things hey maybe you should teach your three year old