[r-t] 8-spliced touch

Jack Peter Gunning jack.gunning at mac.com
Sun Oct 25 15:17:33 UTC 2009

On 25 Oct 2009, at 14:37, Daniel Brady wrote:

> Favourite Touch of Eight Spliced


On 25 Oct 2009, at 14:45, Philip Earis wrote:

>> I assume that you meant "Great method imbalance", since you have  
>> only one
>> lead of Rutland, Lincolnshire and Pudsey.
> Your assumption is incorrect.  A nutritionally well-balanced meal  
> doesn't
> imply equal quantities of all nutrients. It implies appropriate
> quantities.


>> Does anyone have a favourite touch of 8-spliced, or an answer to
>> Philip's problem above?
> Jack, Elf is very good but not really the perfect tool for this  
> problem
> (at least in its current form).

I understand, but it was easy and to hand.  Do you know of a tool that  
would be better suited to the problem?  Perhaps I can have a go at the  
original problem, solving for both true and false touches.

> Much as I dislike them, I'm interested in the most musical short
> touch of the so-called "standard" 8 surprise major methods.

What would you replace them with, given the chance to remake ringing?

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