Can you see speed better when represented in Jonson Code?

When I started to publish my work online I had no plan if making visual representations of what I saw as mathematical clarity.
Looking at sone raw data without the coversions to base 60, the inability to see the timelibe itself? It is not easy enough to read to USE.

I publish things to be used. I do not ask for money. I would simply like a wotld where petty people aren’t whining and moaning and groaning out of laziness in life, obesity, bad habits, no appreciation for civilation.

Oh, right, this post Is a reply to a left-wing know it all who said “oh I’m so glad you found an outlet for your artistic work.” The truth is absolutely backwards! I had to put mathematical work into graphic and sometimes artistic form because most people are too lazy to figure out my house for them self.

Turns out I like the charts better too. Just easier and even sweet to see the speed without having to calculate. That’s my job!

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The Jonson Calibration Service
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Jonson code pt 2
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Jonson code pt 3
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Jonson code pt 4

Going Back – written by Carole King for Phil Collins. Median probable speed charts, video.

Carole King wrote a song for Phil Collins. It is called Going Back.

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Going Back -Phil Collins – Matherton Diagram
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Tomorrow Never Knows / modern tempo map

From “Notes on the ravings of Jim Deluva”, now that Jim has left New Jersey and is working in undisclosed location #22.

I told him that I was working on trying to get the drummer in my “too old to get on stage” garage band as it beats working out in a gym, pounding tom-toms!

The words of James came after the suggestion that if Ticket To Ride by the Beatles precedes a song, and he could play the next song, or decide which song to play in a band like Daryl Hall and friends

“Ticket To Ride”. The drumbeat is INSANE. It lurches and never locks into a straight groove until the bridge, where it starts and stops again. It isn’t exactly in the pocket – I.E.: it would be difficult to notate those tom-tom upbeats.

Personally, I would segue into “Tomorrow Never Knows” (128). Slightly faster tempo, similar insane, lurching drum beat. Completely different mood, I know. But the beats sort of line up, in a weird way.

No one speaks with both the authority and open-mindedness of a Deluva while you know he may be thinking, “Dude, how did they even let you into this studio!”

Given his unduly harsh reputation, I asked him when he left his Princeton if he would lend his expertise to a website where his knowledge would give me some ideas to work with that would give my ideas wider use.

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