Markus Oehme´s Anthology of Passing Patterns

Markus Oehme from Jena wrote to the pas­sout mail­ing list on 2017-12-25: Hi every­body, I'm a very for­get­ful jug­gler and always have a hard time to remem­ber how a par­tic­u­lar pat­tern starts or even what would be an inter­est­ing pat­tern to juggle. Now there are dif­fer­ent sources, where one can look up pat­terns, but some­how all of them …

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Tilman´s Android App for Siteswap Generation

I pro­grammed an Android App for passing Siteswap gen­er­a­tion and just fin­ished the first release. The fol­low­ing fea­tures at are sup­por­ted at the moment: Find all pos­sible Siteswaps for a giv­en peri­od length and num­ber of objects Easy fil­ter­ing of zips, zaps and holds via check boxes Auto­mat­ic fil­ter­ing of non-pass­­able pat­terns Sup­port for pat­tern and …

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Juggling Graphics

On 2016-12-14 Greg Philips wrote to the Pas­sout list: Dear Passing Friends After a couple of years of on-and-off work, I'm pleased to announce the offi­cial release of juggling•graphics, a siteswap illus­trat­or. It serves abso­lutely no pur­pose oth­er than to draw pretty pic­tures of siteswaps — but that's more than good enough for me! You can give it a whirl …

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The Madison Area Jugglers Pattern Book V1.2

Wel­come to the Madis­on Area Jug­glers Book of pat­terns, a col­lec­tion of pat­terns for inter­me­di­ate to advanced pass­ers. This book was edited by Mike New­ton and Steve Otteson with the help of the rest of the Madis­on Area Jug­glers. Our thanks go out to all of the jug­glers that we have come in con­tact with. A lot …

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Takeouts "How to steal from your friends"

This guide by Aidan Burns attempts to explain takeout pat­terns for three to six people. It con­tains the clas­sic pat­terns: round­about, scrambled v, chop­about, Dolby s'oround, three count round­about and shoot­ing star with round­about. These clas­sic pat­terns inspired the rest of the pat­terns in this guide, includ­ing the five per­son scrambled v vari­ations and ambi­dex­trous takeout …

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Compatible siteswaps list by Christian Kästner

Dif­fer­ent 4 handed siteswaps are com­pat­ible, mean­ing that jug­gler 1 can do a dif­fer­ent pat­tern than jug­gler 2 – that´s espe­cially great for jug­gling groups of mixed skills – bet­ter jug­glers can pass a dif­fi­cult pat­tern against an easy one. Chris­ti­an Käst­ner com­piled an online, search­able list of com­pat­ible 4 handed siteswaps. Online list of com­pat­ible siteswaps In this list, …

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