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Live coding languages operate by constructing and reconstructing a program designed to create sound. These languages often have domain-specific affordances for sequencing changes over time, commonly described as patterns or sequences. Rarely are these affordances completely generic. Instead, live coders work within the constraints of their chosen language, sequencing parameters the language allows with timing that the language allows. This paper presents a novel live coding environment for thedoi:10.5281/zenodo.3939278 fatcat:il7dhqp4cneqleqph5ui6llu3a