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comb2~ Abstraction comb filter
Unlike comb1~, this comb filter, an IIR filter, uses feedback in its delay line, so it has a very large potential gain, making it usable alone. This module comes closer to the standard comb~ object in MSP, although it does not implement feed-forward.
ctr.shuffle~ External Read random segments from a buffer~ within a range
ctr.shuffle~ can read different sections of a buffer sequentially, producing a continuously changing result that can be defined by several parameters including playback direction (forward, backward and alternating).
datareader External Datareader is designed as a general-purpose MAX/MSP tool for the production of data sonifications and other applications in which reading multi-column spreadsheet data quickly and easily is necessary.
The datareader object allows users to read and output each column of a multi-column asci file (up to 64 columns) through a separate outlet. Each line can be output sequentially, forward or backward, or by indicating a specific line number. The object also includes simple interpolation and smoothing between lines
fe.fwd Javascript (js) Dynamic remote router
Sends messages dynamically to any bound [receive] object, in a very different way than [forward], with automatic prefix features and much more...
folder External List all the files of a certain type in a certain folder
Folder can fill a menu object with the names of files in a folder. You can specify the folder as an argument or by sending a symbol with the name in it. The forward-slash character / is used as a path delineator. An initial slash at the beginning of a path indicates the boot volume. The Max application folder is referred to by using period-slash (e.g.: "./max-help"). On Windows a path may be preceded by a drive letter (e.g.: "C:/Documents/joe/Desktop/phase_vocoder.pat").
forward External Send remote message to a variety of objects
Unlike the "send" object, the destination receive object of forward can be changed with each message. This modification cannot be made to send because existing patchers already send the "send" message through send for other purposes. All messages other than "send" are sent to a remote object bound to the symbol "forward" currently holds (set as the first argument to the "send" message)
jit.wake External Feedback with convolution stage
The jit.wake object performs video feedback with a convolution stage. The feedback, feed forward, gain, and convolution kernel values down, left, right, and up) for red, green, and blue planes are all separately controllable. Additional controls for feedback, feed forward, and gain for all colors considered together, as well as convolution kernel value control for all colors (upper, lower, left, and right).
jit.wake External Feedback with convolution stage
The jit.wake object performs video feedback with a convolution stage. The feedback, feed forward, gain, and convolution kernel values down, left, right, and up) for red, green, and blue planes are all separately controllable. Additional controls for feedback, feed forward, and gain for all colors considered together, as well as convolution kernel value control for all colors (upper, lower, left, and right).
likgiltig~ External A digital reaction of studies in the theories of classical harmonies.
Likgiltig is in Swedish and means something like 'indifferent' or 'insignificant'.
The likgiltig~ does nothing more than forwarding signal data. Plain and simple, it is Lik
MP3player (with buffer~) External simple mp3 (and other standard formats) player without jitter
because the preloading of jit.qt.movie has several problems, I developed a supplementary solution for playing mp3 files within Max. it plays with buffer~.

the interface is simple: just drag and drop the mp3 files to the "file" box, and start playback. You can scratch, fast-forward and control the speed/pitch without bounds.
nnLists Javaclass (mxj) Artificial neural network
This is a Java implementation of a feed-forward back-propagation artificial neural network for Max/MSP/mxj. There is a JAR, NN.jar and an example mxj class nnLists which takes Max lists as input and output. This is probably sufficient for most purposes but specific classes could be written to deal with other data (e.g., Jitter matrices).
p4mat External format messages for pattrforward
format messages for pattrforward, managing "send prefix" messages to pattrforward.
pattrforward External send any message to a named object anywhere in the patcher hierarchy
teeth~ External comb filter with independent feedback and feedforward delay times
v001.lib.forward Abstraction dynamic forward with easy to manage name spaces
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Libraries
MaxAlea
Carl Faia MaxAlea contains various objects for random distributions and functions. MaxAlea was begun as a Max port of an existing PatchWork Library created in 1991-2 by Mikhail Malt. While the distributions and functions found in MaxAlea are similar to those found in the Patchwork version ,there are many differences in their functioning. The environment of Patchwork is static and is not designed for real-time work. Part of the incentive for creating these objects to work with Max was to have a dynamic and real-time environment with which to experiment and work with these algorithms in a manner as simple and straightforward as possible. One can change variables and manipulate the output in many ways in real-time. There are several different versions of the various stochastic models/processes best presented in the now classic references by Denis Lorrain and Charles Dodge. Carl Faia has used a variety of sources for the creation of this library which include the Lorrain, Dodge and Malt implementations as well as sources found on the WorldWideWeb. The externals found in the package include several random distributions, examples of random walks and 1/f noise algorithms, as well as one or two utilities written specifically for the MaxAlea library. Carl Faia wanted to make a coherent collection (as he thought Malt had managed to do in PatchWork) of these various algorithms and provide an interface easily accessible using the Max environment for real-time control. All these algorithms have been created using a seeded version of the random function found in the standard AINSI library. That is, each time the function is first run there will always be a different set of random numbers (unlike the random funtions found in Max, PatchWork and other versions of random number generators).

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