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begin~ External Define the top of a portion of a signal processing network that can be turned on and off with selector~
gate~ External Switch input to different output signals
Switch input to different output signals. The gate~ object is a version of the Max gate object for signals. It takes an argument for number of outputs (one is the default) and lets you route an incoming signal by sending an int to its left inlet. If there is more than one input, gate~ shuts off all outputs except the one you select, where 1 selects the left outlet, 2 selects the next one to the right, etc. gate~ can also control the activation or deactivation of part of a signal processing network. For an example, see the begin~ help file. Note: "shutting off" a signal means disconnecting it from a gate~ output and outputting a zero signal instead. This is different from the behavior of the Max gate object.
noise~ External Noise generator
Noise generator. noise~ is pretty simple. Just connect its outlet to something and you get noise. White noise*. The signal input is ignored. You could use it with begin~.
selector~ External Switch output among several input signals
Switch output among several input signals. The selector~ object is a version of the Max switch object for signals. It takes an argument for number of inputs (one is the default) and lets you turn incoming signals on and off by sending an int to its left inlet. If there is more than one input, selector~ shuts off all inputs except the one you select, where 1 selects the input to the right of the leftmost inlet, 2 selects the next one to the right, etc. selector~ can also control the activation or deactivation of part of a signal processing network. For an example, see the begin~ help file. Note: "shutting off" a signal means disconnecting it from gate's output and outputting a zero signal instead. This is different from the behavior of the Max switch object.
sig~ External Output a constant value as a signal
Output a constant value as a signal. This object converts a float or int to a signal. It also accepts a signal in, which it ignores. You connect a begin~ to the input of a signal to use it in defining the start of a signal processing network you want to turn on or off.
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