Many Roads, One Path, No Net (laptop) - Performance as part of 'Grammars In Progress' solo concert at Kerrytown Concert House, Ann Arbor, MI, USA on November 11, 2015. Audio excerpts from my music, spoken word and sampling compositions and performances dating from 1973-2015 are manipulated live, using several algorithmic variables which assist in determining choices in building macro and micro compositional structures. This software architecture provides a kaleidoscopic insight into 40+ years of exploration of found grammars and my attempts at assimilating, integrating and extending them - hopefully creating new grammars along the way. You will observe me actively working within this piece, and also wandering through code, data arrays, and such, adding to the grammar immersion for you. Some macro parameters to consider: simultaneous audio tracks (1-8), audio sample sets (5), total audio samples (97), weighted likelihood presets(28). *Many thanks to Greg Laman for his patience and expertise in working with me to build the initial version of the Max/MSP patch and contributing many of the ‘nature’ samples in the first section - in 2002!