Siteswap List

Siteswap List

  • This is an attempt to structure basic siteswap patterns (no derivations). Of course you can throw stuff like: „5648323945AFF955“ (which is quite fun) but my aim here is to find out the inherent basic patterns on which the most commonly used siteswaps are build
  • You can easily see in some of the rows (like in the 531´s) that by adding or subtracting to the base you can figure out the pattern with four or five…. balls. So you get 531 -> 642 -> 753.
  • Amazing! for me since i´m not a mathematician. It took me a long time until i understood that 534 with four balls is in some ways similar to 645 with five balls.

Just click each siteswap to view the trick with JugglingLab Simulator

Asynchronus
3
4
5
6
7
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423–> 534–> 645–> 756 –> 867
Half shower 42 53 64 75 86
Shower 51 71 91 B1 D1
High Low Shower 7131 9151 B171 D191
3 Stage 915111 B17131 D19151
1Stage
3
4
5
6
7
2 Stage
42
53
64
75
86
Five Three Ones
531
642
753
864
975
4 Stage
6420
7531
8642
9753
A864
5 Stage
86420
97531
A8642
B9753
6 Stage
A86420
B97531
CA8642
7Stage
CA86420
DB97531
Unsorted
3
4
5
6
7
504 615 726 837 948
711 822 933 A44 B55
522 633 744 855 966
441 552 663 774 885
64203 714 66661
63123 741 771
50505 80 7733
8040 5551 75751
52535 88441
773
Synchronous
3
4
5
6
7
High-Low´s (4x,2)(2,4x) (6,4x)(2x,4)
(4x,6)(4,2x)
(6x,4)(4,6x) (8,6x)(4x,6)
(6x,8)(6,4x)
(8x,6)(6,8x)
(2x,4)(4,2x) (6x,4)(2,4x)
(4,6x)(4x,2)
(6,4x)(4x,6) (8x,6)(4,6x)
(6,8x)(6x,4)
(8,6x)(6x,8)
Half shower (6,2)(2,6) (8,4)(4,8)
(6x,2x)(2x,6x) (8x,4x)(4x,8x)
Shower (4x,2x) (6x,2x) (8x,4x)

Just another idea :

siteswap
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