Multiplexing is throwing or catching more than one object at the
same time with the same hand. Multiplexing can involve single tricks or
continuous patterns. It can add variety to your repertoire and make
juggling a larger number of balls easier (although it will by no means
satisfy numbers juggling purists, who scoff at a seven-ball multiplex).
Multiplexing other props is possible, but balls offer the most potential
in this area of juggling. Therefore, you will find that references to
multiplexing generally relate to ball juggling unless otherwise indicated.
Multiplex Help Directory
The following quick-link reference line will appear at the bottom of
these central multiplexing help pages to allow you to navigate quickly
- Multiplex Throws
- Learn the various ways to throw 2 or more balls from one hand that
form the foundation for multiplex patterns and tricks.
- Tricks and Patterns
- Approaches to developing your own multiplex moves, plus a number of
specific tricks and patterns.
- Siteswaps for Multiplexes
- The complexity of multiplexes does not phase the mathematic jugglers
among us. This page addresses the basics of siteswap notation for multiplexes.
- Club Multiplexing
- Some tricks for multiplexing clubs--multiplex passes and 3-club starts.
MULTIPLEX HELP: | Intro | Throws | Tricks | Siteswaps | Clubs
Multiplex help edited by James Jay | Feedback to: jamesjay@JamesJay.com.
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