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line 102 is not the same pattern described in the paragraph below.
line 126 refers to the previous pattern, but is actually 3 patterns above.

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@@ -99,7 +99,7 @@ You can also layer up several loops, by using commas to separate the
different parts:
~~~~ {#mycode .haskell}
-d1 $ sound "[bd ht lt, sn cp]"
+d1 $ sound "[bd bd bd, sn cp sn cp]"
This would play the sequence `bd bd bd` at the same time as `sn cp sn
@@ -123,9 +123,11 @@ d1 $ sound "{bd [ht sn, lt mt ht] lt, sn cp}"
You can make parts of patterns repeat by using `*`, for example the
-following example produces the same pattern as the previous one:
+following expressions produce the same pattern:
~~~~ {#mycode .haskell}
+d1 $ sound "[bd bd bd, sn cp sn cp]"
d1 $ sound "[bd*3, [sn cp]*2]"
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