Bothell Trance is a 60 count form that explores the relationship between the 2, 3, 4, and 5 count. Voiced by three monophonic voices and one polyphonic voice. Each count has it's own pitch and timbre and variations are derived from the common events the different counts share, patterns that emerge when visually represented, and the order in which the events occur. The variations are discovered and then arranged in an attempt to achieve musical elements. Harmonics, form, progression. Theme, rest, return. Lose, build momentum. Create, fill space. Producing dynamics through patterns of events that are within the confines of a static measurement and speed. The arrangement is circular.