2011.01.21 01:00 - Looking for a fight, or: Pentatonic viral flutes

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    Wol Euler was guardian for this session. We got off to a particularly bad start with a new visitor whom both Kit and I felt to be deliberately offensive, but recovered nicely with a delightful musical intervention by Kit.


    Wol Euler: hello kit
    Wol Euler: have you been here before?
    Kit Ciaco: hi
    Kit Ciaco: yes
    Wol Euler: ok :)
    Sawyeh Fairey: hi
    Wol Euler: hello sawyeh
    Sawyeh Fairey: please tell me you have something more intersting to say
    Wol Euler shrugs
    Sawyeh Fairey: tha those two people over yonder
    Wol Euler: I'll do my best
    Sawyeh Fairey: well
    Wol Euler: have you been here before?
    Sawyeh Fairey: your best can actually be rather
    Sawyeh Fairey: insignificant
    Wol Euler shrugs again
    Sawyeh Fairey: *SHRUG
    Sawyeh Fairey: bla blab balh
    Sawyeh Fairey: Dude,
    Sawyeh Fairey: im not going to talk about
    Sawyeh Fairey: 'ahve i been here
    Sawyeh Fairey: balh
    Sawyeh Fairey: do you know blah blah blah
    Wol Euler raises an eyebrow.
    Sawyeh Fairey: Let us just say hello and convese
    Wol Euler: there is a reason why I ask
    Sawyeh Fairey: *converse
    Sawyeh Fairey: uuuugh
    Wol Euler: this is a meeting of a meditation group, the session is published so that those absent can read what happened
    Sawyeh Fairey: seriously
    Sawyeh Fairey: there doesnt need to be a reason
    Wol Euler: the SL TOS states that we have to ask permission of people to be published out-of-world on our website
    Wol Euler: that is the reason
    Wol Euler: the TOS requires it
    Wol Euler: we have to comply
    Wol Euler: sorry :)
    Wol Euler: "may we have your permission to include your SL name and your comments in the published log?"
    Sawyeh Fairey: Wow, stop. collaborate and listen, ice is back with a brand new invention?
    Sawyeh Fairey: :o
    Wol Euler: "may we have your permission to include your SL name and your comments in the published log?"
    Sawyeh Fairey: Supongo. Publiquelo en espanol tambien?
    Wol Euler: no just english
    Sawyeh Fairey: jejeje que no/.
    Wol Euler: fair enough. In that case, I would encourage you to leave
    Kit Ciaco: As would I
    Sawyeh Fairey: So, are you going to 'banish' me because i am rebeling
    Wol Euler shakes her head. You aren't listening.
    Sawyeh Fairey: I am listening.
    Kit Ciaco: You are not rebelling... You're just being obnoxious - big difference
    Wol Euler: the TOS require us to obtain your permission
    Sawyeh Fairey: Clearly, i talked to someone 'long' enough
    Sawyeh Fairey: for them to give me this LM
    Sawyeh Fairey: therefore
    Sawyeh Fairey: I *HAVE something to say
    Wol Euler: "may we have your permission to include your SL name and your comments in the published log?"
    Sawyeh Fairey: Claro que si.
    Wol Euler: grazie
    Wol Euler: there, that wasn't so hard was it?
    Wol Euler: please take a seat
    Wol Euler: what's on your mind today?
    Sawyeh Fairey: quizas no quiero.
    Kit Ciaco: oy-Ba...
    Sawyeh Fairey: what is oy, ba?
    Kit Ciaco: Pig latin - it's the only foreign language I know
    Sawyeh Fairey: pues
    Sawyeh Fairey: English is your first language?
    Sawyeh Fairey: ??
    Sawyeh Fairey: *annoying typing
    Sawyeh Fairey: AReyou people here?
    Wol Euler: yes, sorry
    Wol Euler: and yes, english is my first language
    Sawyeh Fairey: Don;t you have people visit taht do not speak english?
    Wol Euler: of course, but most people who stay to talk and listen do so in English, or use a translator
    Sawyeh Fairey: hrm
    Wol Euler: I can give you a LM to a very good free one if you wish
    Sawyeh Fairey: WEll
    Sawyeh Fairey: as someone that studies lenguajes
    Sawyeh Fairey: i propose someone that can be and understand english and spanish.
    Sawyeh Fairey: I mean
    Sawyeh Fairey: anyone who has used a translator
    Sawyeh Fairey: knows that te meaning cant always be translated
    Sawyeh Fairey: just saying
    Wol Euler: sure
    Wol Euler: but perhaps partial understanding is better than none?
    Wol Euler: and in any case what is the alternative? that you speak only in spanish and I speak only in english? that would be futile.
    Kit Ciaco: There is much that can be understood without language
    Sawyeh Fairey: hehe. Well, es something that I have used for many years as an excuse
    Sawyeh Fairey: I say
    Wol Euler nods to Kit
    Sawyeh Fairey: ' Well, if te meaning is understood'
    Sawyeh Fairey: 'all is good'
    Sawyeh Fairey: But i dont think that way anymore.
    Sawyeh Fairey: Because
    Sawyeh Fairey: sometimes there is meaning
    Sawyeh Fairey: that is percieved in the subtlties
    Sawyeh Fairey: for example
    Sawyeh Fairey: you say
    Sawyeh Fairey: 'i am fixin ta'
    Wol Euler: but that limits you to only ever speaking with people who are fluent in your language
    Sawyeh Fairey: that means nothing to people
    Kit Ciaco: I would like to interject a bit
    Wol Euler: please :)
    Kit Ciaco: Sawyeh - you come in here looking for a fight
    Kit Ciaco: I waited up for three hours to come to this meeting
    Kit Ciaco: I'm a little - let's say - very disappointed in your childish behavior
    Sawyeh Fairey: I just went pee.


    A perfect and typical response.

    Sawyeh Fairey: sooooory.
    Wol Euler: [01:13] Kit Ciaco: I would like to interject a bit [01:13] Wol (wol.euler): please :) [01:14] Kit Ciaco: Sawyeh - you come in here looking for a fight [01:14] Kit Ciaco: I waited up for three hours to come to this meeting [01:14] Kit Ciaco: I'm a little - let's say - very disappointeed in your childish behavior
    Sawyeh Fairey: I am not looking for a fight
    Wol Euler: it sure looked that way to me too, actually.
    Sawyeh Fairey: Perhaps
    Wol Euler: your behaviour was very provocative
    Kit Ciaco: In respect to PaB I will refrain from saying more....
    Sawyeh Fairey: a little angry at te person who directed me to this place
    Sawyeh Fairey: I have been told
    Sawyeh Fairey: seriously
    Sawyeh Fairey: i can never ie
    Kit Ciaco: then perhaps your anger could be directed there and not here
    Sawyeh Fairey: and therefore
    Sawyeh Fairey: taht is it.
    Sawyeh Fairey: my h key doesnt work
    Wol Euler: why take your anger on THEM out on US though?
    Wol Euler: I did not direct you here, nor did Kit
    Sawyeh Fairey: Im actually not taking out any anger
    Wol Euler: I repeat, it sure looked that way
    Wol Euler: I felt your approach to be hostile
    Kit Ciaco: yes
    Wol Euler: and I was upset
    Kit Ciaco: upset or no, one doesn't come into another's house and act like that....
    Kit Ciaco: Wol has been nothing but patient and inviting
    Kit Ciaco: she deserves better
    Kit Ciaco: as do you
    Kit Ciaco: as do I
    Sawyeh Fairey: Im a selfish person, and im sorry.
    Kit Ciaco: thank you
    Wol Euler smiles
    Wol Euler: thank you
    Wol Euler: now, can we perhaps start again? :)
    Sawyeh Fairey: Well
    Sawyeh Fairey: i have learned that there is are no second chances at making a first impression
    Sawyeh Fairey: o, not really.
    Kit Ciaco: I wonder
    Sawyeh Fairey: However. hi
    Kit Ciaco: Hi!
    Wol Euler: hello sawyeh, welcome to Play as Being
    Sawyeh Fairey: Is that your normal welcome>
    Wol Euler: it is, yes.
    Sawyeh Fairey: hahaha
    Sawyeh Fairey: Well
    Sawyeh Fairey: I suppose I ruined it :o
    Wol Euler: why not just speak to each other normally about what is on our minds?
    Kit Ciaco: I was curious about something....
    Kit Ciaco: Yes, something like that, Wol
    Wol Euler: Kit, what did you want to say tday?
    Sawyeh Fairey: I love questions.
    Kit Ciaco: I was wondering what brings each of us to this place right now
    Kit Ciaco: Why did I wait up for three hours to come here?
    Kit Ciaco: Why did you, SF, come when you were already angry?
    Sawyeh Fairey: I see
    Kit Ciaco: And Wol, what brings you here?
    Sawyeh Fairey: you want to undesrtand
    Kit Ciaco: I'm interested
    Sawyeh Fairey: I dont mind explaining
    Sawyeh Fairey: But
    Sawyeh Fairey: must be warned
    Sawyeh Fairey: I can NEVER tell a short story.
    Wol Euler: duty on the one hand, I'm guardian; but also the hope of a good conversation about mindfulness or related matters
    Sawyeh Fairey: You understand?>
    Sawyeh Fairey: Ok
    Sawyeh Fairey: A few days ago...
    Sawyeh Fairey: I was flying around
    Sawyeh Fairey: And I met a person that was androgynous
    Sawyeh Fairey: Well
    Sawyeh Fairey: i am attracted to what is strange.
    Sawyeh Fairey: It ended up being a 6 hour conversation
    Sawyeh Fairey: but mostly me
    Sawyeh Fairey: talkign on voice chat
    Sawyeh Fairey: and this other person just being like uh, i cant reveal myself
    Sawyeh Fairey: whatever.
    Sawyeh Fairey: my general personality is really open and honest wit people
    Sawyeh Fairey: because
    Sawyeh Fairey: i feel like my gift to people IS my experience, my SELF. and I just say whatever
    Alfred Kelberry: meep!
    Sawyeh Fairey: and this person gave a andful of links
    Wol Euler: hello boxy
    Alfred Kelberry: hello, pablings :)
    Sawyeh Fairey: but refused to give me any information about themselves
    Sawyeh Fairey: which i respect
    Sawyeh Fairey: whatever
    Sawyeh Fairey: but then, at apoint, you understand
    Sawyeh Fairey: it is strange
    Sawyeh Fairey: like, hello, i am here, (this is ME from the real world) but these are my fantasies)
    Sawyeh Fairey: and you are communicating with someone who says they are neither from RPG, or real life.
    Sawyeh Fairey: ok. fine.
    Wol Euler: surely that is their right?
    Sawyeh Fairey: yes
    Sawyeh Fairey: and the nexy couple days
    Alfred Kelberry: nice fishes in the pond
    Sawyeh Fairey: in completely honesty, my connection is acting weird
    Sawyeh Fairey: and we are just not connecting
    Sawyeh Fairey: and earlier they wre like
    Wol Euler: yeah, I'm not sure who put them there
    Alfred Kelberry: sophia did :)
    Sawyeh Fairey: well, whatever, clearly SL has many people to meet and we should part ways'
    Sawyeh Fairey: bam
    Sawyeh Fairey: that was it
    Alfred Kelberry: i was thinking of yellow ducklings though :)
    Kit Ciaco: good for you
    Alfred Kelberry: um, and transparent water
    Wol Euler: wait, you said that or they did?
    Wol Euler chuckles at Boxy
    Sawyeh Fairey: Well, they did.
    Alfred Kelberry: *looks at woly's... helmet* :)
    Wol Euler: :)
    Kit Ciaco: I've experienced this a few times
    Kit Ciaco: I, too, am very open
    Kit Ciaco: and find it challenging if not mystical to be friends with one who is less than open
    Kit Ciaco: BUT
    Kit Ciaco: I agree with wol - that is their choice, and we must each decide if those are terms we can live with
    Wol Euler nods.
    Alfred Kelberry: um, what's the topic?
    Wol Euler: started by asking why we came here today, what we were seeking
    Wol Euler: specifially today
    Alfred Kelberry: i came to see woly :)
    Wol Euler: awwwwww
    Kit Ciaco: There's aother part
    Kit Ciaco: and that, I think, is the pain
    Kit Ciaco: at least for me
    Kit Ciaco: in becoming close to one who will not recipricate even something as simple as gender
    Kit Ciaco: and the relationships feels a little lopsided
    Kit Ciaco: so I dance askew
    Kit Ciaco: And I return to the relationship until it is not good for me
    Kit Ciaco: But more often that not, they are the one who leaves
    Kit Ciaco: because as you describe
    Kit Ciaco: it can get very intense
    Kit Ciaco: which I do not mind
    Kit Ciaco: but one who is so closed does mind, I think
    Sawyeh Fairey: Sobrevivir, vivir, y amar.
    Sawyeh Fairey: 'survive, live, and love.'
    Sawyeh Fairey: These are the eternal things
    Sawyeh Fairey: reinforced by a class i had todady
    Sawyeh Fairey: 'don quixote'
    Sawyeh Fairey: And, wen someone approaches me, to connect.
    Sawyeh Fairey: Yeah, I don't like when they disconnect
    Kit Ciaco: exactly
    Sawyeh Fairey: Just because I am doing other things.
    Kit Ciaco: lopsided....
    Sawyeh Fairey: exacto.
    Kit Ciaco: And yet - for me - I have very much enjoyed the dance
    Sawyeh Fairey: IT doesnt really have anything to do with gender for me
    Sawyeh Fairey: which really upset me the most
    Sawyeh Fairey: because i stated
    Sawyeh Fairey: early on
    Kit Ciaco: And I live and if he or she comes I am happy with that and if he or she does not I live with that as well
    Sawyeh Fairey: That I love all, and taht when i fall for aperson, it isnt based on their sex.
    Wol Euler nods.
    Kit Ciaco: I agree
    Sawyeh Fairey: why should i exclude 50% of the population
    Sawyeh Fairey: from loving me/ me lovng them
    Sawyeh Fairey: baised on sex
    Sawyeh Fairey: But even still, there was not equalibrium
    Wol Euler: it was a revelation for me to meet in RL some people I knew and liked here, and to see that the same RL people attracted me that I found attractive here
    Kit Ciaco: no
    Wol Euler: despite their bodies
    Wol Euler: it was the person that was attractive
    Wol Euler: and that was the same in RL and SL
    Kit Ciaco: agreed
    Alfred Kelberry: i look a bit differently in rl :)
    Sawyeh Fairey: WEll
    Sawyeh Fairey: I dunno
    Wol Euler laughs.
    Sawyeh Fairey: SL is a new thing for me
    Sawyeh Fairey: a few weeks...
    Sawyeh Fairey: But, i have met people from te internet since i was like 15
    Sawyeh Fairey: for like 12 years.
    Sawyeh Fairey: some have become great friends
    Sawyeh Fairey: and te friendship
    Sawyeh Fairey: arose from great trust.
    Sawyeh Fairey: JUST LIKE ANY relationship.
    Wol Euler nods.
    Sawyeh Fairey: does caps scare people away?
    Sawyeh Fairey: haha
    Kit Ciaco: Only little yellow boxes frighten me....
    Kit Ciaco: sorry....
    Wol Euler: :)
    Sawyeh Fairey: i dont know yellow boxes
    Alfred Kelberry: i can zap people :)
    Wol Euler: with his antennae
    Sawyeh Fairey: WEll
    Sawyeh Fairey: of course i dont lke that
    Sawyeh Fairey: naturally
    Wol Euler: I'm sorry you had a bad experience, Sawyeh
    Sawyeh Fairey: i think someone with ADD
    Sawyeh Fairey: should have that power
    Alfred Kelberry: weii?
    Sawyeh Fairey: so they understand the 'power' of impulses
    Alfred Kelberry: ah, it must be "well"
    Wol Euler: so this is actually about degrees of openness, not about gender at all
    Wol Euler: about giving trust and getting little back
    Kit Ciaco: Yes, that's how I see it
    Kit Ciaco: the gender was simply an example
    Wol Euler nods.
    Kit Ciaco: gender is the first thing we "know" about a person
    Kit Ciaco: from birth
    Kit Ciaco: even before birth these days
    Kit Ciaco: and it defines alot of stuff, for good or bad


    At this point Sawyeh stood up and flew away without a word or a gesture. I sent her an IM to say that I found her behaviour disappointing, and she returned a moment later.

    Kit Ciaco: that she blows
    Wol Euler: why am I not surprised by that exit.
    Wol Euler: sorry to say.
    Kit Ciaco: very sad....
    Alfred Kelberry: meep!
    Alfred Kelberry: woly, do you read any book right now?
    Wol Euler: two actually :)
    Alfred Kelberry: kit, how about you?
    Wol Euler: "The taming of the samurai" by Eiko Ikegama
    Kit Ciaco: Shirley Maclain's autobiography - the first one
    Sawyeh Fairey: oh fine.
    Kit Ciaco: Hey!
    Alfred Kelberry: ah, samurai :)
    Wol Euler: and "Something rotten" by Jasper Fforde
    Wol Euler: wb sawyeh
    Alfred Kelberry: is it fiction?
    Sawyeh Fairey: Speaking of ficcion
    Wol Euler: yes, fiction about fiction :) the protagonist drops into and out of other books, influences their plots
    Sawyeh Fairey: Where is the music?
    Wol Euler: there's none on this parcel, we meditate here
    Alfred Kelberry: wol, sounds japanese-like :)
    Wol Euler: but I can give you some LMs to clubs with live DJs and some with live musicians
    Sawyeh Fairey: nah
    Kit Ciaco: I usually carry my own music with me
    Wol Euler: there are a lot of music events in SL, nearly every day
    Sawyeh Fairey: ill just find something
    Sawyeh Fairey: whilst i whine
    Alfred Kelberry: kit, ah, an actress
    Kit Ciaco: Could you indulge me a minute?
    Wol Euler: sure :)
    Alfred Kelberry: kit, why are you curious about her?
    Sawyeh Fairey: You're a box/
    Alfred Kelberry: i'm not going to share my reading title as it's not fictionaly fancy :)
    Alfred Kelberry: i'm a box guardian
    Sawyeh Fairey: Well
    Alfred Kelberry: i look after this box under me
    Sawyeh Fairey: perhaps
    Sawyeh Fairey: what i have to say here is, that maybe guardians learn more from the non guardians than from themselves
    Sawyeh Fairey: thherefore
    Sawyeh Fairey: you are, obliged to listen to me.


    The concept that anyone is obliged to listen to anybody else is new to me. I must have missed that memo.

    Wol Euler: ((zoom in on Kit to hear better))
    Wol Euler raises an eyebrow.
    Sawyeh Fairey: no matter your boxiness.
    Sawyeh Fairey: just sayin'
    Alfred Kelberry: oh, kit! lovely! :)
    Wol Euler applauds. Very nice, ty.
    Kit Ciaco: Music is what we carry with us
    Alfred Kelberry: kit, do you play in rl?
    Kit Ciaco: thanks
    Kit Ciaco: I make flutes
    Kit Ciaco: I made this one
    Alfred Kelberry: wow
    Alfred Kelberry: neat
    Wol Euler: huh
    Wol Euler: I'm impressed
    Kit Ciaco: the clips are me playing in rl on a flute I made
    Kit Ciaco: thanks
    Sawyeh Fairey: have you seen te Japanese man that makes musical instruments with vegetables?
    Kit Ciaco: Would any of you like a copy of this?
    Kit Ciaco: yes
    Kit Ciaco: I saw some carrot flutes once
    Sawyeh Fairey: someting very respectable about instruments that are perishable.
    Wol Euler grins.
    Sawyeh Fairey: <3
    Wol Euler: yes, kit, I would,thank you
    Kit Ciaco: ok
    Kit Ciaco: anyone else?
    Alfred Kelberry: ok, let's see what you can do, woly :)
    Wol Euler: ty!
    Sawyeh Fairey: Well
    Sawyeh Fairey: how do you make them make sounds?
    Kit Ciaco: each note or filler has a script
    Sawyeh Fairey: oh
    Sawyeh Fairey: i cant hear anytyhing
    Sawyeh Fairey: oh
    Wol Euler: ah!
    Sawyeh Fairey: i ear someting now
    Sawyeh Fairey: yea i want one!!!!
    Sawyeh Fairey: i mean
    Kit Ciaco: And the cool thing is you can play with friends who have the same thing
    Sawyeh Fairey: pleas.e :o
    Alfred Kelberry: *closes his eyes and enjoys*
    Kit Ciaco: it always sounds good no matter what you play
    Kit Ciaco: because it's pentatonic
    Kit Ciaco: ok
    Wol Euler: / kit, this is amazing.
    Kit Ciaco: Others can play yours as well
    Alfred Kelberry: kit, can you tell more about pentatonic scale?
    Kit Ciaco: I just touched a couple of your buttons
    Wol Euler: :)
    Alfred Kelberry: sneaky you, kit! :)
    Kit Ciaco: yes
    Kit Ciaco: it's one of the oldest and most far reaching system of scales
    Kit Ciaco: five notes
    Kit Ciaco: like the shak
    Sawyeh Fairey: ow do i play
    Kit Ciaco: this is based on native american flute
    Kit Ciaco: just wear all three
    Wol Euler: wear all three bits, sawyeh
    Kit Ciaco: they will auto attach
    Kit Ciaco: and then press the boxes and the spheres
    Sawyeh Fairey: but ow do i make music
    Kit Ciaco: the flute you hold is just a mute but gives you animation when you stand
    Wol Euler: oh, they're hidden inside your skirt :)
    Wol Euler: heheheh
    Kit Ciaco: you have to wear the notes and fillers
    Kit Ciaco: they attach to your bottom legs
    Alfred Kelberry: kit, how can you tell if it's pentatonic or not?
    Kit Ciaco: bottom part
    Kit Ciaco: LOL
    Kit Ciaco: it's the scale
    Kit Ciaco: how it's scaled
    Kit Ciaco: and these are tuned to VERDI instead of concert
    Kit Ciaco: VERDI is more cosmically harmonic
    Wol Euler: there
    Wol Euler: sorta


    Sawyeh got her flute attachments in place, and vanished without a word. I didn't bother to contact her again.

    Alfred Kelberry: kit, i should read up on this :)
    Kit Ciaco: Yes - it's absolutely fascinating!
    Alfred Kelberry: it may be a native american flute, but it sounds very eastern to me :)
    Kit Ciaco: would you like a flute, boxy?
    Kit Ciaco: it is
    Alfred Kelberry: yes, please :)
    Kit Ciaco: the shak and much oriental music is pent
    Kit Ciaco: ok
    Wol Euler: this is very calming music
    Alfred Kelberry: kit, when did it change to 7 notes?
    Alfred Kelberry: woly, yes, perfect for meditation
    Wol Euler nods.
    Kit Ciaco: I play flutes for about 3 hours every day
    Kit Ciaco: in rl
    Kit Ciaco: I wanted to play in sl too
    Alfred Kelberry: ah, lovely :)
    Wol Euler smiles.
    Kit Ciaco: I also make this in a large console to be set out on sims so visitors can enjoy them
    Alfred Kelberry: another musician! we really really have to organize a live concert :)
    Kit Ciaco: I agree!
    Wol Euler: I hope you sell htese flutes too! they are too good to be just given away :)
    Kit Ciaco: you're getting the hang of it quick, Wol!
    Kit Ciaco: I do
    Kit Ciaco: the one you're holding sells for 75
    Wol Euler: well, I played violin for eleven years, I have some musical background
    Kit Ciaco: the console for 150
    Wol Euler: O.O
    Kit Ciaco: yes!
    Wol Euler: increase those prices by a factor of 5 at least
    Wol Euler: charge no less than 500
    Kit Ciaco: now - the cubes of the same colors are the same notes
    Kit Ciaco: because if you hit the box before it's done playing it'll cut off
    Kit Ciaco: so if you want to play the note twice in a row you hit both boxes one after the other
    Wol Euler: aaaaah
    Wol Euler: I wondered what htey were for :)
    Kit Ciaco: I would but I fear no one would buy them since they don't know how great they are yet
    Wol Euler: you could make a demo set that will only work on the sim where your store is
    Kit Ciaco: Oh, I am enjoying listening!!!!!!
    Wol Euler: that's easily scripted
    Kit Ciaco: I have it set out on my sim
    Kit Ciaco: and I have a YT video
    Kit Ciaco: I also give a rebate to anyone who makes a YT video and sends me the link!
    Wol Euler: :)
    Kit Ciaco: hehehehehehe
    Wol Euler: brilliant!
    Kit Ciaco: I have fatansies of many people enjoying these some day
    Alfred Kelberry: viral flute :)
    Kit Ciaco: I hope!
    Kit Ciaco: This is actually why I came to SL
    Kit Ciaco: to learn to make a virtual flute
    Alfred Kelberry: haha
    Alfred Kelberry: neat
    Wol Euler: kit, can you put yours on again? I want a photo of you playing it for the log
    Kit Ciaco: ok
    Kit Ciaco: thanks
    Wol Euler: ty
    Alfred Kelberry: kit, is it a feature of the pentaconic scale that multiple instruments can play without interference?
    Kit Ciaco: yes
    Alfred Kelberry: cool
    Kit Ciaco: if they are tuned the same they can not be disharmonic
    Kit Ciaco: which is so wonderful
    Kit Ciaco: very spiritual based!
    Alfred Kelberry: will it work with 7 notes scale?
    Kit Ciaco: I also make a pentatonic dulctar
    Kit Ciaco: and zithars
    Kit Ciaco: I'm all kinds of excited about pent
    Kit Ciaco: no
    Wol Euler: :)
    Kit Ciaco: actually pent has 6 notes usually
    Alfred Kelberry: ah! i'd love to play those in rl :)
    Kit Ciaco: with the lowest and highestest being one octave apart
    Kit Ciaco: bbut it wa pretty shrill doing that for sl
    Wol Euler: ty, got the photos
    Kit Ciaco: I make and sell em - but no, they are everywhere
    Kit Ciaco: and very easy to play
    Kit Ciaco: thanks!
    Alfred Kelberry: kit, how long does it take to make a flute in rl?
    Kit Ciaco: Well, let's see - I have to do it in stages to allow for spirit and drying
    Wol Euler: well, htis was a rollercoaster of a session :)
    Kit Ciaco: I've made one is less than a week
    Kit Ciaco: but usually I like to take 2 weeks
    Kit Ciaco: You done good, Wol!
    Wol Euler: I'm sorry that I have to leave now, but please carry on, I'll read the rest when I post hte log.
    Wol Euler: I'm very pleased to have met you, Kit.
    Kit Ciaco: Yeah, I should go, too
    Kit Ciaco: thanks everyone!
    Alfred Kelberry: me too
    Alfred Kelberry: it's been lovely, kit
    Alfred Kelberry: thanks
    Kit Ciaco: you're welcome!
    Wol Euler: that was wonderful.
    Alfred Kelberry: haha
    Wol Euler: bye for now
    Kit Ciaco: Let me know how your songs come along or if you have any problems!
    Alfred Kelberry: something stick to me :)
    Kit Ciaco: bye!

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