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11strokes External This external simulates keyboard input and sends it to the currently active window.
This external simulates keyboard input and sends it to the currently active window.
active External Notify when a Patcher window is the active window
active will output a 1 when the Patcher window becomes active (i.e., it is the front-most window and its title bar is hilited), and output a 0 when the Patcher window becomes inactive. You can use this to change the user interface of your window. For example, in this patcher, messages from the key object are turned off when the window is made inactive. Make the Max window the active window and type, and you will notice that numbers are no longer printed in the Max window when you press a key.
BeatComber External Beat tracker for live input
This is described in an ICMC 2011 paper - on beat tracking with a comb filter matrix. There's some interactive functionality. You can restrict the areas it will look in - eg 100 to 140 bpm - by narrowing the graph. You can also choose the current beat by clicking on the graph, and see th current output. If you do download, please get in touch!
com.algomusic.max.MaxScore Javaclass (mxj) MaxScore is a Max object which accepts messages that can create a score, add notes to it, transform them, perform it, save and load the score, as well as export the score to popular formats for professional publishable results.
MaxScore is a Max object which accepts messages that can create a score, add notes to it, transform them, perform it, save and load the score, as well as export the score to popular formats for professional publishable results.

MaxScore is more than a notation tool. It is an interactive performance object. MaxScore can play back a score and drive your MSP patches through a well-defined instrument interface. Scores can be created and modified in real-time. You can add notes explicitly by specifying durations and pitches, or use Max to generate an arbitrary stream of musical events and use MaxScore’s Transcriber to notate them automatically.

MaxScore currently exports to MusicXML so you can load your scores into Finale and Sibelius. MaxScore also exports to the GNU LilyPond automated engraving system.

MaxScore was programmed in Java Music Specification Language by Nick Didkovsky (but requires no Java programming to operate). MaxScore was commissioned by "Bipolar - German-Hungarian Cultural Projects." Bipolar is an initiative of the Federal Cultural Foundation of Germany. While MaxScore is freely available to the public, it requires a JMSL license to run, available at www.algomusic.com.
decode External Decodes a number to a specified "flag" outlet, Send 1 or 0 out a specific outlet
decode acts as a hierarchical switchboard. The right inlet is the master switch, which can turn off (send 0 out) all outlets. The middle inlet is a submaster switch, which can turn on (send 1 out) all outlets, provided they have not all been turned off by the master switch. The left inlet can turn on one of the outlets exclusively, provided neither the submaster switch nor the master switch is active.
detonate External Sequencing and graphic score following
The detonate object--based on "explode" by Miller Puckette--allows you to input sequences of numbers via inlets, and to input and edit sequences graphically via the mouse and keyboard. (See "EXPLODE: A User Interface for Sequencing and Score Following" by Puckette in the Proceedings, International Computer Music Conference, 1990, Glasgow). The parameter names for input and output are redefinable. By default, from right to left are: extra 2, extra 1, track, channel, duration, velocity, pitch, and time. For MIDI purposes, these parameter names are useful, but the detonate object can be used with values of any nature as a general-purpose object for the storing and sequencing of numbers. The contents of detonate are saved with its patcher, although you can use Save As... when the detonate window is active to save it in its own file.
DGLactiveTexture.mxo External External
EAMIR - Lazy Guy Standalone Application Lazy Guy is an interactive music system for composition and performance. Using a webcam, Lazy Guy tracks a color chosen by the user by mouse-clicking on the first window. This color is then tracked and visually displayed in the second window.


Lazy Guy is an interactive music system for composition and performance. Using a webcam, Lazy Guy tracks a color chosen by the user by mouse-clicking on the first window. This color is then tracked and visually displayed in the second window. The orientation of the tracked color will determine the pitch and velocity of a MIDI tone generator much like a Theremin. Lazy Guy differs from a Theremin in that the user may select from a bank of tones to play enabling Lazy Guy to perform in various keys on the fly. Lazy Guy is best performed with a laser pointer (hence the name ""lazy [laser]"" Guy) color to be tracked.

created by V.J. Manzo
www.vjmanzo.com/cv | www.vincemanzo.com
EAMIR - Monochrome Standalone Application Monochrome is an interactive music system for composition and performance. Monochrome takes user input from a graphics tablet and generates a piece in reaction to the artists gestures on the tablet.

created by V.J. Manzo
Monochrome is an interactive music system for composition and performance. Monochrome takes user input from a graphics tablet and generates a piece in reaction to the artists gestures on the tablet. The software calculates user input such as pen orientation and pressure to control pitch and velocity. As the artists begins to fill the canvas, changes in modality and timbre can be triggered to occur in response to the amount of shading that has occurred in a given section of the canvas.

created by V.J. Manzo
f0.active Abstraction help to turn off processes if inactive in more than x ms
f0.mouse_move Abstraction this abstraction will move the mouse by a small amount if inactive for more that x seconds
filebrowse Javaclass (mxj) control LCD to make an interactive file browsing widget.
Four-16-beaters Patch Interactive exploration of metric hierarchies
ibva External interactive brainware visual analyzer
iGesture External for reading raw finger position data from the Fingerworks iGesture NumPad.
Note that,

- The iGesture iPad doesn't support this feature
- You need iGesture NumPad with firmware 1.5 or later
- Only the latest instance of the external is active at a time (my limitation, not Fingerworks')
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Libraries
dev.pattr
Evgeniy Chernyy
Alexei Oleinikov
dev.pattr library — is a set of externals, targeted to creating realtime/interactive computer music.
DIPS5v1.01
Development Group Dips
Shu Matsuda
Takayuki Rai
DIPS (Digital Image Processing with Sound) is a plug-in software for Max. DIPS, consisting of more than 370 Max external and abstracts objects, is a powerful and user-friendly tool for the creation of interactive multimedia art, supporting interaction between sound events and visual events in Max, using Apple’s Core Image technology as well as OpenGL and OpenCV technologies.

DIPS5v1.01 is the most recent release (Oct. 2013) and available from http://dips.kcm-sd.ac.jp .
DIPS Development Group
T.Rai/S.Matsuda/Y.Morimoto/T.Fukuda/K.Takahashi
EAMIR - the Electro-acoustic Musically Interactive Room
V.j. Manzo The EAMIR project is an open-source effort to enable educators with technology for music education. Software is designed around a common configuration which can be easily implemented by music educators around the world by downloading source code and standalone applications through eamir.org.

Users who understand programming can edit the source code and post their new source and standalone applications back to the site for the EAMIR community to use.

Much of the EAMIR software is also designed to allow students with physical and mental disabilities to create meaningful music using interfaces that are accessible to their needs.


The EAMIR SDK allows users to easily create their own EAMIR-like applications by connecting preassembled interface modules to musical modules. The interfaces include cameras with color tracking, guitar hero controllers, wii remotes and devices, dance dance revolution pads, and other gaming controllers as well as traditional MIDI instruments like keyboards.

created by V.J. Manzo
www.vjmanzo.com/cv | www.vincemanzo.com
GEM (Graphics Environment for Multimedia)
Shigeyuki Hirai This software enable Max to render interactive 3D graphics using OpenGL.
Modal Object Library
V.j. Manzo The Modal Object Library is a collection of objects for Max/MSP that control modality.

Included are objects for all 28 diatonic modes (scales), the Messiaen modes, chords, triads, progressions, modal relationships and modal analysis. This library would be especially useful to those interested in algorithmic composition and interactive music systems.

Free registration is required. Registration forum offers patches, and objects based on this library.

created by V.J. Manzo
www.vjmanzo.com/mol | www.vincemanzo.com
Quintet.net
Georg Hajdu Quintet.net is an interactive network performance environment invented and developed by composer and computer musician Georg Hajdu. It enables up to five performers to play music over the Internet under the control of a \

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