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Offline Sam_Zen

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« Reply #15 on: February 11, 2006, 23:54:32 »
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Something like this maybe ? A shortened version of Heavy Phase 48 .
The same principle : A pattern length of 48, divided into 4 blocks of 12 rows.
NB : These pages use the ole MPT browser-plugin for streaming. I've heard that this plugin doesn't function anymore in IE on XP, but Firefox does.
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« Reply #16 on: February 12, 2006, 09:06:11 »
Hm, "No suitable plug-ins were found" was the message I got in firefox. I'd really like to listen to your track!

EDIT: I found the plug-in, but during the installation there was no option for associating the plug-in to FIREFOX; only IE, Opera and Netscape. I could always download Netscape or Opera if that is what it takes.

If you haven't got a better link to a plug-in which installs in firefox?

EDIT: After some research, I was able to download the file. The plug-in issue is still unsolved, however.

OK, very interesting file. A lot of things going on, but would you mind creating  
a new example - an example somewhat more simplistic/standard?

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« Reply #17 on: February 12, 2006, 23:55:50 »
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there was no option for associating the plug-in to FIREFOX

A problem indeed. The plugin was made in the pre-firefox time. You can use this one : mpplug. Read the textfile.
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would you mind creating a new example - an example somewhat more simplistic/standard?

Hmm, I thought this was quite straightforward. You are looking for structures, so besides listening to it, have a look at the building up of the pattern, to analyse the division of events.
By the way, I was mistaken with : "pattern length of 48, divided into 4 blocks of 8 rows". Of course it should have been : "pattern length of 48, divided into 4 blocks of 12 rows".
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