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  1. I am creating an application that has a dynamic scrolling shape. The shape is two sine curves sitting one above the other, mirrored on on the x-axis, and filled in between. The amplitude and frequency will change based on variables. I am new to GreenSock and have been going through the tutorials. I understand that I will be making use of the BezierPlugin, but I am not sure what the process is for animating it. Does this involve simply changing the variables and redrawing to give the appearance of scrolling? There will be sprites moving moving with the y-value of the curves. This y-value will also be used to modulate the volume of a sound. In an email, Jake offered this advice: "it may be as simple as using a plain y tween and a Sine.easeInOut while animating the wave along the x axis." I have been playing around with the Plugin Explorer and I am not quite connecting this advice to implementation. Sorry for the noob questions. I am not looking for someone to do this for me, but to perhaps direct me towards the strategies/tutorials through which I can learn. Best, Matt