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chuck~ External [chuck~] encapsulates the ChucK music programming language in max/msp
Version 1.6 (Max5) of the [chuck~] Max/MSP object
is available for free download:

http://music.columbia.edu/~brad/chuck~/

for Macintosh OS X (10.5/6).

The new [chuck~] object is up-to-date with the latest (v 1.2.1.3)
release of the ChucK language, including the LiSa live-sampling
unit generators and the unit-analysis generators in the
1.2.1.3 package.

[chuck~] imbeds the ChucK music-programming language in Max/MSP,
bringing a sophisticated set of synthesis and signal-processing tools
into the Max/MSP environment. [chuck~] also features an advanced
timing and scheduling system in addition to a functional-style
programming interface for algorithmic operations. Full source for
the object and the language are also on-line.

No Windows version is available at present -- sorry!

This is a fun object -- enjoy it! For more information about ChucK,
visit the ChucK web page:

http://chuck.cs.princeton.edu/

Brad Garton, Director
Columbia University Computer Music Center
http://music.columbia.edu color="#CC0000">/~brad
complex./~ External Computes the complex division of two real/imaginary pairs.
Computes the complex division of two real/imaginary pairs. (R1*R2 + I1*I2)/(R2*R2 + I2*I2) + j(R2*I1 - R1*I2)/(R2*R2 + I2*I2)
div~ (/~) External Signal divide operator
maxlispj Javaclass (mxj) LISP interpreter object (Common Lisp)
Version 0.96 of the [mxj maxlispj] LISP interpreter object
available for download for those who want to do some serious Processing
of Lists (Hey! LISt Processing! Wow!):

http://music.columbia.edu/~brad/maxlispj/

This relatively complete implementation of Common Lisp uses the "abcl"
(current version, 0.23.0) java-based interpreter authored by Peter Graves
as a base. LISP is a wonderfully elegant language for having all kinds
of algorithmic fun.

The current version is a more complete implementation of Common
Lisp with improved error-handling. This version is for OSX 10.5/6,
Max5. It may run on Windows 7; I'll be updating it direcly soon.

Full source for both the "abcl" java classes and the [maxlispj] java
classes is also available at the website above.

I hope you enjoy this and can find it useful. Happy 2011!

Brad Garton
Columbia University Computer Music Center
http://music.columbia.edu color="#CC0000">/~brad
Mp3Enc Javaclass (mxj) MP3 encoder. Convert one or multiple .wav / .aif files to .mp3
usage : (options) (source file>) [(source file)...]

(options) may be a combination of the following:
-q (quality) Quality of output mp3 file. In VBR mode, this affects
the size of the mp3 file. (Default middle)
One of: lowest, low, middle, high, highest
-b (bitrate) Bitrate in KBit/s. Useless in VBR mode. (Default 128)
One of: 32 40 48 56 64 80 96 112 128 160 192 224 256 320 (MPEG1)
Or: 8 16 24 32 40 48 56 64 80 96 112 128 144 160 (MPEG2 and MPEG2.5
-V VBR (variable bit rate) mode. Slower, but potentially better
quality. (Default off)
-v Be verbose.
-s Be silent.
-e Debugging: Dump stack trace of exceptions.
-t Debugging: trace execution of converters.
-h | --help Show this message.

Requirements : - tritonus_share.jar + tritonus_mp3.jar libraries : http://www.tritonus.org/ - LAME.dll encoder : http://www.jthz.com color="#CC0000">/~lame/ - tritonus_mp3_encoder plugin : please read the ReadMe file for installation notes
omcsnet Javaclass (mxj) omcsnet is a semantic network of common-sense knowledge relationships.
ConceptNet is a freely available commonsense knowledgebase which supports many practical textual-reasoning tasks over real-world documents right out-of-the-box (without additional statistical training). This can be used for :
* topic-jisting
* affect-sensing
* analogy-making
* text summarization
* contextual expansion
* causal projection
* cold document classification
* and other context-oriented inferences

http://web.media.mit.edu color="#CC0000">/~hugo/conceptnet/
rdiv~ (!/~) External output the quotient between the right and the left signal inputs
rtcmix~ External encapsulates RTcmix, a digital synthesis, signal-processing and scripting/scheduling language
Version 1.8 (Max5) of the [rtcmix~] object is available for free
download:

http://rtcmix.org/rtcmix~/

for Macintosh OS X (10.5/10.6). Windows 7 version coming soon!
(maybe…)

New features in this release include a number of new 'instruments',
a dynamic envelope/control system to allow interactive modification
of instrument controls (PFields in RTcmix-parlance), and nice
tuning-system and numerical function packages by Joel Matthys.

For those who don't know, [rtcmix~] encapsulates the "musicN"-style sound
synthesis and signal processing language RTcmix within Max/MSP. RTcmix
includes a robust scheduler and large set of pre-compiled synthesis and
signal-processing instruments. It also comes with a functional-style
("C-like") programming interface for algorithmic compositional work as well
as data storage and mathematical operations. Full source for the object
and the language are also on-line.

Both Macintosh OSX and Windows XP versions (older) are available.

I hope you enjoy using it! For more information about RTcmix, visit
the RTcmix web page:

http://rtcmix.org/

Brad Garton, Director
Columbia University Computer Music Center
http://music.columbia.edu color="#CC0000">/~brad
sc3~ External encapsulates/links to the SuperCollider 3 music programming language
I am releasing v 0.996 (Max5, OSX 10.5/6) of my [sc3~] object for
Max/MSP. This object acts as a bridge between Max/MSP and the
SuperCollider 3 language. The free download and information is
available here:

http://music.columbia.edu/~brad/sc3~/

[sc3~] allows data and audio to be sent to/from the sclang and
scsynth processes, making it easy to integrate the SuperCollider 3
language into Max/MSP work. Multiple instantiations of the object
can exist in a single patcher, and SC3 scripts can be constructed
within Max/MSP or stored in the object's buffers for convenient
recall with a patch. Full source for the object and the modified
SuperCollider files are also available at the site. This syncs
the object with the latest stable release (SC3 v 3.4) of
SuperCollider 3.

I hope people find this useful -- Good luck, enjoy it! For more
information about SuperCollider 3, visit:

http://supercollider.sourceforge.net/


Brad Garton, Director
Columbia University Computer Music Center
http://music.columbia.edu color="#CC0000">/~brad
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