Video Example 3. Moving graphics with audio representing pulsation positions during the maturation of accompanying parts in a Jelidon performance, “Nia Nia O,” from Mode 1 through Neutral and back into Mode 1. The ranges between minimum and maximum values of sounded notes are given in black, and the mean values are given in orange. Here, β1 moves later in its range from an initial mean of 57.9% to 60.4% as γ1 is omitted. After pulsation downgrading occurs, the new β1 moves from a mean of 50% to 57.0%. The new γ1 stays relatively consistent as β1 moves, with a mean moving from 30.4% to 30.7% and both the min and max remaining within one percent of their initial values. The position of δ1 changes substantially when β1 moves later in its range following pulsation downgrading, crossing the divide of quaternary from a mean of 79.9% to 73.5% as the pulsation cycle stabilizes into a back-heavy four.