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[[Category:Transitions]]
 
[[Category:Transitions]]
  
<code>jump</code> is essentially the ''no transition''-transition. It jumps directly into the given pattern. The variants [[jumpIn]] and [[jumpMod]] provide more useful capabilities.
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<code>jump</code> is essentially the ''no transition''-transition. It jumps directly into the given pattern. The variants [[jumpIn]], [[jumpIn']] and [[jumpMod]] provide more useful capabilities.
  
 
'''Example:''' Say you have
 
'''Example:''' Say you have

Latest revision as of 19:50, 13 July 2019


jump is essentially the no transition-transition. It jumps directly into the given pattern. The variants jumpIn, jumpIn' and jumpMod provide more useful capabilities.

Example: Say you have

d1 $ sound "hh*4"

then both of the following lines will have the same effect when evaluated:

d1 $ sound "hh*8"
jump 1 $ sound "hh*8" --`1` to change the pattern in `d1`

See also: jumpIn, jumpIn', jumpMod